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Bombay Bicycle Club credit Jo McCaughey

Bombay Bicycle Club credit Jo McCaughey

David Gilmour Joins Bombay Motorcycle Club In London

by Music-News.com on December 16, 2014

in Live,News

Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour was back on stage on Saturday night in London performing his Floyd classic ‘Wish You Were Here’ but not as Pink Floyd.

On Saturday night Bombay Bicycle Club rounded up an incredible 2014 by playing the last ever show at London’s Earls Court Arena.

They were joined on-stage by David Gilmour – Pink Floyd were one of the first bands to play the venue in 1973 – to perform BBC’s ‘Rinse Me Down’ & the Floyd’s ‘Wish You Were Here’.

The band were joined by other guest vocalists throughout the gig, with collaborator Lucy Rose appearing for ‘Lights Out, Words Gone’ and Rae Morris for ‘Luna’.

Peace supported, playing a number of tracks from their soon to be released second album, ‘Happy People’, including ‘Lost On Me’, ‘Money’, ‘World Pleasure’ and ‘Gen Strange’.

Bombay Bicycle Club played:

‘Overdone’
‘Come To
‘It’s Alright Now’
‘Shuffle’
‘Lights Out, Words Gone’
‘Your Eyes’
‘Home By Now’
‘Whenever, Wherever’
‘Rinse Me Down’
‘Wish You Were Here’
‘Ivy & Gold’
‘The Giantess’
‘Emergency Contraception Blues’
‘Evening/Morning’
‘Dust On The Ground’
‘How Can You Swallow So Much Sleep’
‘Feel’
‘Luna’
‘Always Like This’
‘So Long, See You Tomorrow’
‘What If’
‘Carry Me’

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