Bombay Bicycle Club to release brand new track for Record Store Day

'To The Bone' will be available as a limited edition seven-inch

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Bombay Bicycle Club have announced that they will release a brand new track for Record Store Day.

'To The Bone' will feature on a limited run seven-inch single. The B-side, acoustic song 'Reign Down', is an early version of the title track for the band's most recent album 'So Long, See You Tomorrow'. The release will be limited to 1,000 copies worldwide.

'So Long, See You Tomorrow' is the band's fourth album, and became their first Official UK Albums Chart Number One on its release in February.

Bombay Bicycle Club have just finished a tour of the UK and will next play a run of shows in North America, before returning home for the festival season, playing Latitude, Reading & Leeds and T in the Park.

Nirvana, Jake Bugg, Oasis, David Bowie, Haim and Brody Dalle are just some of the artists putting out special releases for this year's Record Store Day. Check out the full list here.

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