Bombay Bicycle Club have been away for a couple of years working on their fourth album So Long, See You Tomorrow and their single Luna is the second single to be released prior to the album (which is coming on the 3rd of February). Additional vocals from singer Rae Morris, who is going to be touring with the band this year, are also featured on the track.

This latest album has been influenced by the frontman’s, Jack Steadman, travels through India, Tokyo, Europe and Turkey. This will be most obvious in the attitude of the album, as Steadman recently told NME “I think the traveling gave me a sense of well being rather than any direct musical influence”.

What impresses me most about this band is how they consistently produce high quality music. I am yet to hear one song released by Bombay that hasn’t been incredible.

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