The security measures and banned items for Bombay Bicycle Club's O2 Academy Sheffield show

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Following the release of their new album Everything Else Has Gone Wrong, Bombay Bicycle Club play Sheffield’s O2 Academy on Tuesday.

The Sheffield date is part of a nationwide headline tour in support of album number five following a three-year hiatus, which saw singer Jack Steadman release his first solo album under the moniker Mr Jukes.

Ahead of the show, the venue is urging fans to arrive in good time as searches may be in place on the night.

Revellers are also being told to travel light.

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Bombay Bicycle Club perform on day two of the Maho Rasop Festival 2019 on November 17, 2019 in Bangkok, Thailand. (Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images)Bombay Bicycle Club perform on day two of the Maho Rasop Festival 2019 on November 17, 2019 in Bangkok, Thailand. (Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images)
Bombay Bicycle Club perform on day two of the Maho Rasop Festival 2019 on November 17, 2019 in Bangkok, Thailand. (Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images) | 2019 Getty Images

According to the Academy’s website, small bags are permitted, but they must be less than laptop size or a small handbag.

Anyone carrying bags larger than this will be refused entry. Fans carrying suitcases and large bags are encouraged to make use of storage facilities elsewhere.

Tickets are still available for the show and can be purchased via Ticketmaster or the venue’s box office.

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