Bombay Bicycle Club announce new album ‘My Big Day’

The band’s sixth record will feature guest appearances from the like of Damon Albarn, Jay Som and Holly Humberstone.

Ahead of a summer of festival performances, Bombay Bicycle Club have announced details of their new album ‘My Big Day’.

The quartet’s sixth album comes produced by the band’s own Jack Steadman and was recorded in both North London’s The Church Studios and the band’s own studio.

Their eleven-track record - which follows 2020’s ‘Everything Else Has Gone Wrong’ - is due for release on 20th October, and will feature appearances from the likes of Damon Albarn, Jay Som, Nilüfer Yanya and Holly Humberstone.

Check out the tracklisting below.

Just A Little More Time
I Want To Be Your Only Pet
Sleepless (feat. Jay Som)
My Big Day
Turn The World On
Meditate (feat. Nilüfer Yanya)
Rural Radio Predicts The Rapture
Heaven (feat. Damon Albarn)
Tekken 2
Diving (feat. Holly Humberstone)

The band have also shared its title track, alongside an accompanying video directed by Everything Everything’s Jon Higgs and their longtime friend Kit Monteith. Check out the, er, topical video below.

Alongside the news, the band have also confirmed a host of new live shows, including a series of instore/outstore dates around the album’s release, and a full European tour.

Check out their upcoming live dates below.

15 EartH, London (intimate headline date)
18 8 Festival, Lithuania

06 Mad Cool Festival, Spain
09 Otherside Festival, Ireland
26 Project House, Leeds
27 Y Not Festival, Derbyshire
28 WOMAD, London
30 Low Festival, Benidorm

04 Apple Tree Garden Festival, Germany
19 Pukkelpop, Belgium
20 Lowlands, The Netherlands

17 Academy 2, Leicester (in association with Truck)
18 The Academy, Oxford (In association with Truck)
19 PRYZM, London (in association with Banquet Records)
20 Rough Trade East, London
21 Pier, Portsmouth (in association with Pie & Vinyl)
22 The Church, Marlborough (in association with Sound Knowledge) *Matinee acoustic performance
22 Marble Factory, Bristol (in association with Rough Trade)
23 The Empire, Coventry (in association with HMV)
24 Hangar 34, Liverpool (in association with Jacaranda Records)
25 Liquid Room, Edinburgh (in association with Assai Records)
26 Fat Sam’s, Dundee (in association with Assai Records)

13 Riviera, Madrid
14 Sala Apolo, Barcelona
16 Alcatraz, Milan
17 Tonhalle, Munich
18 Docks, Lausanne
19 Docks, Hamburg
21 Trabendo, Paris
22 Columbiahalle, Berlin
23 Progresja, Warsaw
25 De Roma, Antwerp
26 Live Music Hall, Cologne
27 Melkweg, Amsterdam
28 Melkweg, Amsterdam

Bombay Bicycle Club play Mad Cool (6th - 8th July), where DIY is a media partner. Head to the festival’s website for more info, and to buy tickets.

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