Bombay Bicycle Club have said that they may never play stadium shows ever again, after being 'put off' by a huge gig they recently played in Poland.
The band played at the Orange Warsaw Festival 2014 at the Stadion Narodowy in Warsaw, when they played a less than perfect gig.
"We were doing a festival in a stadium, which was quite strange. It put me off playing stadiums so it might be the only stadium we ever do," guitarist Jamie MacColl told Digital Spy.
Bassist Ed Nash continued: "They're so big and reverberant that you play a note and then you hear it a good 5 seconds later coming back at you so it sounds like a complete mess, unlike anything we've ever heard before."
He went on: "We'd like to do it [a stadium tour], but I don't think anyone would be there. It would be very empty."
MacColl added: "I mean, maybe we could do, like, Grimsby Town stadium or one of the lower league teams... I think that still counts. The smallest stadium tour in the world. I'd be up for that."
Watch Bombay Bicycle Club's set from the BBC Introducing Stage at Glastonbury 2014 below
Meanwhile, Bombay Bicycle Club return to the UK for a string of festival appearances this summer at Latitude, Reading, Leeds and Longitude. For more information, vist Gigwise Tickets.
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