77 Bombay Street

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77 Bombay Street
Four brothers left to right: Joe, Matt, Simri-Ramon and Esra
Four brothers left to right: Joe, Matt, Simri-Ramon and Esra
Background information
OriginScharans, Graubünden, Switzerland
Genresindie rock, folk rock, alternative rock
Years active2008–present
MembersMatt Buchli
Joe Buchli
Simri-Ramon Buchli
Esra Buchli

77 Bombay Street is a Swiss folk rock musical group that was formed in 2008 in Scharans, canton Graubünden.[1] It consists of four brothers Matt, Joe, Simri-Ramon and Esra Buchli. The band was named after their temporary home in Adelaide, Australia, where the whole Buchli family lived for two years. As of 2019, the band had released four studio albums, the first called Dead Bird self-released, the other three Up in the Sky, Oko Town and Seven Mountains in association with Gadget Records.[citation needed]

Both Up in the Sky (2011) and Oko Town (2012) went platinum in Switzerland, the former peaking at the third place, the latter hitting the top of Schweizer Hitparade, the official Swiss Albums Chart.[2] According to their official Facebook site, the band is currently working on their fourth studio album.[3] In an interview Matt Buchli said "Yes, we are busy writing new songs and we’ve got a feeling it will be fantastic! Every album is a new and great challenge."[4]

In 2012 the band won two Swiss Music Awards with album Up in the Sky and its title track "Up in the Sky" for Best Album Pop/Rock National and Best Hit National, respectively.[5] In 2015, the band worked on their fourth studio album, Seven Mountains, which has been released in fall 2015.[6]

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Year Album Peak positions Certification
2009 Dead Bird  –
2011 Up in the Sky 3 Platinum
2012 Oko Town 1 Platinum
2015 Seven Mountains 1 Gold


Year Single Peak positions Certification Album
2010 "47 Millionaires"  – Up in the Sky
2011 "Long Way" 55
"Up in the Sky" 7
"I Love Lady Gaga" 19
2012 "Low on Air" 19 Oko Town
2013 "Angel"  –
2014 "Follow the Rain" 66
2015 "Seven Mountains"  – Seven Mountains
2016 "Bombay"  –
"Empire" 11 Empire


  1. ^ Rohrer, Andreas. "Band". 77 Bombay Street. Archived from the original on 4 December 2013. Retrieved 3 May 2014.
  2. ^ "77 BOMBAY STREET - UP IN THE SKY". Hitparade.ch. Retrieved 3 May 2014.
  3. ^ "77 Bombay Street Facebook status, 9th January". 77 Bombay Street. Retrieved 3 May 2014.
  4. ^ Blattmann, Tim. "77 Bombay Street". Anadeyo.com. Archived from the original on 23 February 2014. Retrieved 3 May 2014.
  5. ^ "Swiss Music Awards Winners 2012" (PDF). Swiss Music Awards. Archived from the original (PDF) on 16 December 2013. Retrieved 3 May 2014.
  6. ^ Esseiva, Lucien (3 February 2015). "77 Bombay Street gehen down under" (in German). 20 Minuten. Retrieved 7 February 2015.
  7. ^ a b "77 Bombay Street discography page". hitparade.ch. Retrieved 13 July 2016.

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