Following its debut play on Zane Lowe's Radio One show last night, Bombay Bicycle Club have premiered the video for their new single 'Luna'.

'Luna' is taken from the band's forthcoming album ‘So Long, See You Tomorrow’ (out February 3rd 2014). The song is a euphoric assault on the senses, opening with a creeping tabla rhythm loop that then launches into a duet between Jack and Rae Morris, building to an epic chorus, altogether sounding like the accompaniment to the closing credits of a film. Much has been said about the musical deviation the band have taken on 'So Long, See You Tomorrow' and first single 'Carry Me' definitely gave us a taste of the shift forward. 'Luna' is also immersed in panoramic electronic synth loops like its predecessor but features a more worldly influence exhibited by the rest of the album.

The Band, who unveiled their living breathing artwork last week also announced their first major UK headline tour in two years, starting in Leeds on Sunday 2nd March, which is almost completely sold out already.

Bombay Bicycle Club Tour - March 2014

Sun 02, Leeds O2 Academy
Mon 03, Glasgow O2 Academy
Tue 04, Aberdeen Music Hall
Wed 05, Newcastle O2 Academy
Fri 07, Nottingham Rock City
Sat 08, Birmingham O2 Academy
Sun 09, Norwich UEA
Mon 10, Portsmouth Guildhall
Wed12, Bristol O2 Academy
Thu 13, London O2 Academy Brixton
Sun 16, Cardiff Uni Great Hall
Mon 17, Exeter Uni Great Hall
Tue 18, Brighton Dome
Thu 20, Manchester Albert Hall
Wed 21, Manchester Albert Hall