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Bombay Bicycle Club return in style with storming new groover ‘Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)’

It’s the indie heroes’ first new music in five years - and it’s bloody lovely
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Published: 10:58 pm, August 27, 2019Words: Jamie Muir.
Bombay Bicycle Club return in style with storming new groover ‘Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)’

Now here’s what we call an absolute treat - Bombay Bicycle Club are officialy back in a big way with their first new music in five years: in the form of ‘Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)’

Immediately feeling like classic BBC, it comes after a tantalising year so far which has featured a string of intimate shows before a headline night at this year’s Wilderness. Debuted on Annie Mac’s Radio 1 show earlier this evening (August 27th), it already has us grooving right back into their world. Not bad for a Tuesday night.

Speaking to Annie, the band even hinted that they’re “going away next week to finish the rest of our record, so it’ll be out next year”.

Now that’s exciting.

Bombay Bicycle Club have a string of US dates lined up this September/October, before returning to the UK for a run of shows marking the 10th anniversary of their huge 2009 debut ‘I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose’. Most are sold out.. unless you’re in Dundee (would recommend grabbing those tickets pretty sharpish too)

Check out those run of dates below before chucking right into ‘Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)’. We’ll be over here throwing some shapes and celebrating what’s to come.

Bombay Bicycle Club are set to play:

NOVEMBER

04 LIVERPOOL Eventim Apollo

05 DUNDEE Caird Hall

06 NOTTINGHAM Rock City

07 BATH Pavillion

08 LONDON Brixton Academy

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