Bombay Bicycle Club announce details of new album
Bombay Bicycle Club have announced details of their fourth album, due out next year.
The band posted messages on Twitter and Facebook to say the album would be called So Long, See You Tomorrow.
They also revealed the track listing for the album, due out in the UK on 3 February 2014, which includes songs called Luna, Eyes Off You and Feel.
In an online chat with fans, the band described it as their "most dance and electronic influenced album to date".
Bombay Bicycle Club have already announced a UK tour in March 2014 to support the new album. They'll be playing in cities including Glasgow, Aberdeen, London and Manchester.
In a recent interview on Zane Lowe's Radio 1 show, singer Jack Steadman said he travelled the world to get out of his routine for the new record.
Steadman spent three weeks in India writing some of the album where he was "sampling loads of old Bollywood" to get inspiration.
He also spent time in Turkey writing for the album, which he says "was very surreal".
Steadman added: "I felt more energetic when I was travelling. I felt more happy as well. That helps you write better songs I think."
So Long, See You Tomorrow is the follow-up to 2011's A Different Kind Of Fix.
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