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ABOUT BENGAL LANCERS
Playing emotive indie-rock reminiscent of Frightened Rabbit, Augustines, The Maccabees and Bombay Bicycle Club, Bengal Lancers is the result of four best friends failing to give up on a pipe dream. They’ve grown from playing dimly lit pubs to selling out shows at some of London’s most loved venues such as the Old Blue Last; alongside scoring festival slots supporting household names like The Fratellis.
The fanbase has increased alongside the venue-capacity, and through the release of the “Last Orders” EP in 2019, they received wide-spread acclaim, including support from rock mainstay, Radio X’s John Kennedy.
They return on April 17th with “I’m Still Here” - an anthem dedicated to the act of living. It’s a song about seeing through the tougher times and celebrating everyday victories. More than anything it’s a song about hope. This is the first of many tracks set for 2020.
Venues: Brixton Windmill/Colours Hoxton/The Garage Islington/Oslo Hackney/Sebright Arms/Tooting Tram & Social/Birthdays/The Monarch Camden/Camden Assembly/O2 Academy Leicester