December 12, 2013 20:27
Bombay Bicycle Club unveil new song 'It's Alright Now' - listen Bombay Bicycle Club Tickets
The track comes from the London band's fourth album 'So Long, See You Tomorrow'
The song is the second to be taken from the London band's fourth album, 'So Long, See You Tomorrow', which is released on February 3, 2014. The band will preview more songs from the new album at an exclusive intimate gig on December 13 at Abbey Road Studios. Click below to listen to 'It's Alright Now' via Noisey. The song follows the recently revealed 'Carry Me'.
Speaking to NME, frontman Jack Steadman recently revealed how exploring the globe helped him personally, as well as providing influence for new songs. "I think the travelling gave me a sense of wellbeing rather than any direct musical influence," Steadman says. "Also, we were getting more inspired by samples. They become the springboard for your song and, whether it’s an Indian song or something with Thai chanting, you should never deny that inspiration just because it sounds silly or because the thought of it is weird."
Bombay Bicycle Club will tour the UK in March of next year. The 25 date tour starts in Leeds on March 2, 2014 and band play 15 gigs on the stretch, including a homecoming show at London's Brixton Academy on March 13, which is now sold out.
Bombay Bicycle Club will play:
Leeds, O2 Academy (March 2, 2014)
Glasgow, O2 Academy (3)
Aberdeen, Music Hall (4)
Newcastle, O2 Academy (5)
Nottingham, Rock City (7)
Birmingham, O2 Academy (8)
Norwich, UEA (9)
Portsmouth, Guildhall (10)
Bristol, O2 Academy (12)
London, O2 Academy Brixton (13)
Cardiff, Uni Great Hall (16)
Exeter, Uni Great Hall (17)
Brighton, Dome (18)
Manchester, Albert Hall (20)
Manchester, Albert Hall (21)
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On the blogs: Check out a gallery of pictures taken while Bombay Bicycle Club recorded their new album.
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