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Bombay Bicycle Club have revealed a fresh cover of Selena Gomez’ ‘Lose You To Love Me’

Teaming up with Rae Morris, the band have also dropped a ‘reimagining’ of ‘I Can Hardly Speak’
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Published: 12:07 pm, May 20, 2020Words: Jamie Muir. Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
Bombay Bicycle Club have revealed a fresh cover of Selena Gomez’ ‘Lose You To Love Me’

Bombay Bicycle Club have teamed up with Rae Morris for a stunning cover of Selena Gomez’ ‘Lose You To Love Me’

The track features as a part of a new Spotify Singles collection for the band, with a new version of recent single ‘I Can Hardly Speak’ also revealed today! Both recorded at the famous Abbey Road studios, it’s another lovely sign of a band truly thriving creatively

Bombay Bicycle Club released their storming comeback album ‘Everything Else Has Gone Wrong’ earlier in the year - you can check out our feature cover chat with the band from February right here to get the full scoop on that

Check out ‘Lose You To Love Me’ and ‘I Can Hardly Speak’ below

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