Bombay Bicycle Club announce new album details & "Carry Me"

Bombay Bicycle Club, North London’s most prolific and underrated band, have unveiled details of their fourth album in five years (due out on February 3rd 2014 through Island Records) as well as the record's first single 'Carry Me', which is available to download this morning.

The album was produced by Jack in the band’s studio in London, making it their most personal record to date. There was always purpose from the beginning to bring everything together for this album, to tell a story from the first track through to the finale with everything interconnecting as a complete body of work. ‘The whole creation process was a really honest one. Jack’s not afraid of us saying a part or lyric doesn’t work so we were able to all be very involved at every level’ says guitarist Jamie MacColl. They called in Mark Rankin (in top form having recently mixed QOTSA ‘...Like Clockwork’ and Aluna George ‘Body Music’) to help record and mix the album. The album also features familiar vocal contribution from Lucy Rose as well as impressive newcomer Rae Morris.