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Bombay Bicycle Club have started working on their new album

27 March 2019, 10:20 | Written by Cerys Kenneally

Having teased their reunion earlier this year, Bombay Bicycle Club have been spotted in the studio working on their new album.

In January, Bombay Bicycle Club surprised fans by revealing they had reunited, "Since late last year we’ve been getting back into the swing of playing music together." Later in their statement, the group added, "Hopefully it won’t be too long before we have something new for you guys to hear."

They then went on to announce a headline slot at this year's Wilderness festival, and have now been spotted at a studio working on a new album.

Reading's Dolly And The Dinosaur revealed on Twitter yesterday (26 March), "5 weeks since we did our ep and Bombay Bicycle Club are now recording their new album in the same room, as if."

The previous day (25 March) the band also shared a snap on their Instagram story with the caption, "first day recording our new album", which was later posted to Reddit.

Bombay Bicycle Club announced their hiatus back in 2016, two years after releasing their last album, So Long, See You Tomorrow.

During the hiatus vocalist Jack Steadman released his God First album in 2017 as Mr Jukes, while bassist Ed Nash released music under new name Toothless.

Bombay Bicycle Club will headline Oxfordshire's Wilderness festival in August. Find out more.
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