Red Stag UK – Inspired Album Art by Bombay Bicycle Club

As part of the backstage antics on the recent Red Stag ‘Fresh Tracks’ tour, Bombay Bicycle Club recreated the cover of Sonic Youth’s classic sixth album and major label debut Goo.  This gave Red Stag, the cherry-infused bourbon from Jim Beam, an idea. So they  are offering the chance to win a great prize: a Sony mp3 player, speakers, headphones, and a Fresh Tracks tour poster signed by the members of Bombay Bicycle Club.  One lucky winner will scoop the lot.

All you have to do is send them a recreation of a classic album cover.

Go to and click on the promotion app to upload your photo.

And if you need some inspiration, check out this awesome selection of recreations in Lego at Specky Boy.

Like this:

Not feeling creative?  Fear not – there are other chances to win one of over 100 prizes on throughout the month.

Bombay Bicycle Club have been out on the road recently as part of the Red Stag Fresh Tracks DJ tour, hitting up O2 Academy clubs in conjunction with Propaganda, the UK’s biggest indie club night.  Propaganda is renowned for bringing the big names to play or DJ live in front of fans, and this tour was no exception.  As well as Bombay Bicycle Club, whose previous DJ sets have always gone down a storm, the tour featured Russel Lissack from Bloc Party, another fan-favourite for his legendary DJ sets.  Bombay Bicycle Club are off on tour in USA but will be back on August 12 in Hyde Park for an Olympics Closing Ceremony Celebration Concert.

All entrants and anyone in the photos must be over 18, full terms and conditions available on the Facebook app. Good Luck.

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