Jack Steadman worried about next Bombay Bicycle Club album

Bombay Bicycle Club's Jack Steadman has admitted he is concerned about the band becoming "less personal" on their next album.

Speaking to NME, however, the front-man admitted that he was feeling that he and the band would be under pressure to satisfy their ever-increasing fanbase. But Bombay Bicycle Club has never gone out to write an album for the fans but they’ve always written them as a medium of expression.

Since releasing their third LP 'A Different Kind Of Fix' in August last year, the group have gone onto sell out a 10,000 homecoming show at London's Alexandra Palace later this month, but with Bombay Bicycle Club’s work ethics I’m sure they’ve already got some more tracks laid down just waiting to be played live. After all, ‘How Can You Swallow So Much Sleep’ was played live before the 2nd album ‘Flaws’ album was out.