Bombay Bicycle Club have announced a special gig in support of Human Rights.

The London-based band are set to play at Camden’s KOKO on 22nd December as part of “Freedom From Torture Presents” alongside Torphy Wife and Dan Croll.

The gig is apart of a festival of music taking place throughout next month in support of survivors of torture. Freedom From Torture care for survivors of violence and torture who have sought refuge here in the UK.

Bombay Bicycle Club’s frontman, Jack Steadman is delighted to be involved,

“We are really pleased to be part of this festival to support victims of torture and raise awareness of Freedom From Torture’s incredible work”

The band’s headline slot is the conclusion to a series of concerts that the charity are organising in both London and Manchester to mark International Human Rights Day on 10th December 2012.

Formed in 2005, Bombay Bicycle Club have released three albums in just three years!

Since debut offering, “I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose” in 2008, they have gone on to release follow-up “Flaws” in 2010 and recent effort, “A Different Kind Of Fix” in 2011. They also won NME’s Best New Band in 2010 and become firm festival favourites.

Tickets for “Freedom From Torture Presents . . .” are available on pre-sale now.

 

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