They’re back! Bombay Bicycle Club return with ‘Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)’

Bombay Bicycle Club return with ‘Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)’

It’s their first new music in five (FIVE!) years.

Stop what you’re doing right now, because Bombay Bicycle Club are officially back with their first new music since 2014! Yep, it’s been a full five years since ‘So Long, See You Tomorrow’, but new track ‘Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)’ is definitely worth the wait.

Released today (27th August), the brand new bop shows the quartet going back to their guitar-led roots, with an infectious melody driving through the whole song. Exploring the feeling of becoming completely infatuated with someone, it’s an exciting return from the four-piece and the perfect anthem to get you even more pumped for what the group have still got in store for us.

Check the track out below and catch BBC IRL at the following dates:


25 – The Glass House, Pomona

26 – Mayan Theater, Los Angeles

27 – Observatory North Park, San Diego

28 – The Fillmore, San Francisco


01 – House Of Blues, Chicago

02 – St. Andrew’s Hall, Detroit

03 – Phoenix Concert Theatre, Toronto

04 – Royale, Boston

05 –9:30 Club, Washington

07 – Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn SOLD OUT

08 – Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn

‘I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose’ 10 YEAR CELEBRATION SHOWS


04 – Eventim Apollo, Liverpool SOLD OUT

05 – Caird Hall, Dundee

06 – Rock City, Nottingham SOLD OUT

07 – Pavilion, Bath SOLD OUT

08 – O2 Academy Brixton, London SOLD OUT

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