Back in March, British indie rock favourites Bombay Bicycle Club announced they were coming out of their indefinite hiatus via Instagram. The image they posted to their story depicted them in the studio with the caption “first day recording our new album”.
Now today, they’ve given us the first taste of what’s to come, with the release of their first single since their 2014 #1 selling, Mercury Prize winning fourth record So Long, See You Tomorrow.
‘Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)’ embodies every era of sound Bombay Bicycle Club had previously explored, packages it up and takes it forward. Recorded at London’s KONK Studio with producer John Congleton, it gives us the perfect insight into what they’ve been exploring while working on their next full-length record.
The band last performed in Australia in 2014 in support of So Long, See You Tomorrow.
Listen to ‘Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You) on your streaming service of choice here or below.
Our new single, Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You), is now out. We’re so excited to be sharing new music after five years away. Recording it earlier this year reminded us all of the joy of working together on something we love.https://t.co/MCQE8XCEcy pic.twitter.com/XwYud7aRtr
— Bombay Bicycle Club (@BombayBicycle) August 27, 2019