British Indie Royalty ‘Bombay Bicycle Club’ Have Just Announced Their First Album Since The Devastating Split In 2016.

Their new masterpiece ‘Everything else had gone wrong’ launches in 2020 along with a string of shows to accompany.

The London born band have been world famous for their singles “Always like this”, “Luna” and “How can you swallow so much sleep?”. After their announced split in 2016, fans were astonished to find rumours of a reunion were in fact true.

The video to their new track “Eat, sleep, wake (nothing but you)” depicts the band in a post apocalyptic world in which they no longer made music and the world drowned in chaos (sound familiar?). Throughout the video they are seen to be creating music even though they are worlds apart from each other. This is most definitely reflected in their new album which highlights the importance of music and its influence in the 21st century.

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The tour dates start early next year and show a lengthy array of dates throughout the UK, so everyone can grab a piece of the lads. The support comes from their well known pals Liz Lawrence and The Big Moon.

20 January 2020 – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
21 January 2020 – O2 Academy Bournemouth
23 January 2020 – De Montfort Hall, Leicester
24 January 2020 – The Great Hall – Cardiff University Students’ Union, Cardiff
25 January 2020 – O2 Academy Leeds27 January 2020 – O2 Academy Newcastle
28 January 2020 – Barrowland, Glasgow
31 January 2020 – O2 Academy Birmingham
1 February 2020 – Brighton Centre
3 February 2020 – O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
7 February 2020 – Alexandra Palace, London

Tickets for their tour went on sale on Friday 13th September at 9am UK time.

If this album is anything like ‘So long, See you tomorrow’ then fans should strap themselves in tight and await take off.

The album is available for pre order from their website.