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Bombay Bicycle Club Announce Tracklist and Release Date of New Album

London based Bombay Bicycle Club have released details about their upcoming 4th album titled “So Long, See You Tomorrow” on their Facebook page. The album will be released on February 3rd, 2014 and can be preordered on their official homepage. If you preorder by 5PM GMT December 10, you’ll be entered in a draw to attend a private show the band is playing on December 13th at Abbey Road Studios, where they will preview some of the new material.

We’ve made a special limited edition box set of the album that features premium packaging and includes the CD, heavyweight 12” gatefold vinyl, a special box-set only 7” featuring two acoustic tracks not on the album called To The Bone and Easier, a song and story book that includes chords/lyrics for the songs if you want to play them and short stories about the writing and making of the album and last but not least an art print that doubles as a phenakistocope featuring the album cover. Go to www.bombaybicycleclubmusic.com to order the box set – just change the currency for postage options for other countries. For anyone in the UK who just wants to preorder the CD or standard vinyl you can do so at the same site. We’ll have other physical and digital preorder links available shortly.

The album cover was designed by the independent design studio “La Boca” who is known for its illustration work on cd covers, novels or film posters. Their work includes covers for Bullet for my Valentine, Padded Cell and Booka Shade.

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The tracklist includes the following songs:

Overdone
It’s Alright Now
Carry Me
Home By Now
Whenever, Wherever
Luna; Eyes Off You
Feel
Come To and So Long
See You Tomorrow

For “Carry Me“, their first single of “So Long, See You Tomorrow“, the band has released an interactive video in which the viewers can animate the band. Go to their website to try it out or watch the non-interactive version here:

Bombay Bicycle Club will also tour next year to promote their new album, making their first stops in Europe and the UK during February and March. For a list of tour dates go HERE!

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