Bombay Bicycle Club have unveiled the video to their new single ‘Come To’ – watch it above.
The video was filmed during the band’s March 13 show at O2 Academy Brixton. ‘Come To’ is the latest single from the band’s fourth album ‘So Long, See You Tomorrow’, which was released earlier this year. It will be available from August 18.
The band will appear at Glastonbury festival this weekend, playing an early evening set at The Other Stage on Sunday (June 29).
Speaking about this year’s Glastonbury lineup recently, the band said that they were disappointed with this years’ selection of artists. “I personally don’t think [Metallica are] a very good booking,” the band’s guitarist Jamie MacColl said. “I think the lineup is a bit disappointing generally.”
Commenting that he would have preferred a more ‘left-field” booking for the Pyramid Stage, he added: “My ideal line-up was Prince, Fleetwood Mac and Kanye West. I wanted a left-field Jay Z option again. I’m sure it will be great though.”
On the band’s own performance, he said: “We’ve got a good slot and The Other Stage is probably the best stage at the festival.”
Glastonbury 2014 kicks off on Thursday (June 26), with gates opening from Wednesday. Arcade Fire, Metallica and Kasabian will headline.