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we use the initials BBC, your first thought might not be Bombay Bicycle Club but if they continue producing music this brilliant, that may change.

The Crouch End quartet have been hard at work producing their fourth album in five years and we don’t have long to wait til it is in our hot little hands. Inspired by the experiences of frontman Jack Steadman in India, Turkey and Tokyo, ‘So Long, See You Tomorrow’ will be available on February 3rd and feature vocals from long-time collaborator Lucy Rose and newcomer Rae Morris.

Clearly not the superstitious types, the band will preview tracks at an intimate gig on Friday the 13th December at Abbey Road Studios and if you want to be one of the lucky ones in attendance, pre-order the new album here.