Bombay Bicycle Club have revealed that they'll be dropping another song from their first album in five years, Everything Else Has Gone Wrong, on Wednesday (27 November).
Their fifth LP was largely recorded in the US with producer John Congleton (St. Vincent, Sharon Van Etten, The War On Drugs), and is their first since 2014's So Long, See You Tomorrow.
Yesterday (24 November), the band announced on socials that a new song will be landing on Wednesday (27 November), and shared a little clip of the new single with the post.
New Song. Wednesday November 27. pic.twitter.com/HOQRbs5dbe— Bombay Bicycle Club (@BombayBicycle) November 24, 2019
The new song will be the second to be lifted from Everything Else Has Gone Wrong. Earlier this month, Bombay Bicycle Club revealed the album tracklist, and shared that the LP will now have 11 tracks instead of 10.
When announcing their new album, Bombay Bicycle Club said of the title, "This is an album for anyone who’s ever turned to music in a time of crisis, whether personal or political. It’s about the solace one can get from listening to music or playing music when everything else has gone wrong. It’s about finding kernels of hope and renewal in dire situations."