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Published: 2:02 pm, November 25, 2019
We're getting a new Bombay Bicycle Club track this week

It looks like there's more new music from Bombay Bicycle Club coming later this week.

The band tweeted yesterday afternoon to let us know a fresh cut from their forthcoming album will be with us on Wednesday (27th November). It appears to be a studio version of 'Everything Else Has Gone Wrong', the title track of the new record, which the band have previously played live.

With a brand new album, 'Everything Else Has Gone Wrong' due to arrive on 17th January, the recently reunited quartet recently announced some extra live dates for their 2020 tour. They're now set to play second nights at London's Alexandra Palace, Glasgow Barrowland and Dublin's Vicar Street, as well as additional shows in Sheffield and Norwich.

Support on the tour - apart from that second London date - comes from The Big Moon and Liz Lawrence.

The dates read:

January
20 Corn Exchange, Cambridge
21 Academy, Bournemouth
23 De Montfort Hall, Leicester
24 University SU Great Hall, Cardiff
25 Academy, Leeds
27 Academy, Newcastle
28 Barrowland, Glasgow
29 Barrowland, Glasgow
31 Academy, Birmingham

February
1 The Centre, Brighton
3 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
4 O2 Academy, Sheffield
6 UEA, Norwich
7 Alexandra Palace, London
8 Alexandra Palace, London
10 Vicar Street, Dublin
11 Vicar Street, Dublin
12 Ulster Hall, Belfast

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