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Bombay Bicycle Club – Rinse Me Down

October 2, 2010 by  

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Bombay Bicycle Club – Rinse Me Down

NAME: Bombay Bicycle Club
SINGLE: Rinse Me Down
DATE: 20September2010

LABEL: Island/ Mmm

RATING: 4/5

FIVE WORD REVIEW: Mellow and minimalist, effortless folk

LOCATION: London

LINE UP: Jack Steadman (vocals, guitars and bass) ,Jamie MacColl (guitars, bass and vocals), Suren De Saram (drums and chanting), Ed Nash (bass and keys)

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WHAT’S THE STORY?: Rinse Me Down follows hot on the heels of this summer’s folk revival. With the likes of Mumford and Sons and Laura Marling stealing festival stages Bombay Bicycle Club is a slightly less poppy but equally entrancing track. Opening with a simple guitar and drum arrangement it is the echoic vocals that make the song so likeable.

SOUNDS LIKE: A perfect festival track, insert your own fields, friends, cider and falafels at will.

YOU’LL LIKE THIS IF: You don’t mind simplicity: there is no soaring crescendo, no big key change but this is nevertheless a simply beautiful track.

LINK: http://www.myspace.com/bombaybicycleclub


Submitted By Ruth_Franciszka_Wallbank


 

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