With his anticipated new album The Last Rotation Of Earth due out 12th May via Bella Union, from which he last month shared the title track, today BC Camplight shares a new track, “She’s Gone Cold”, from the album. Commenting on the track BC Camplight says: “I never thought I'd make a breakup song. That seemed like something other artists did. Then my fiancé and partner of 9 years left. It's a pain I still haven't shed. By this point my album had already been recorded. So I scrapped the whole thing and started again as my view of the world and myself had violently shifted. The first thing I did was write ‘She’s Gone Cold’, about 2 days after the relationship ended. I enlisted the power of members of the Liverpool Philharmonic to create a cinematic experience that depicts one of the deepest pains a human can feel... the death of love. I used actual quotes from the breakup to create my first power ballad, albeit a somewhat demented one.”

Additionally, BC Camplight has a number of record store live performances around the release of the album. These will also be solo performances with the exception of Banquet in Kingston where he’ll be accompanied by his full band. Then later this year BC Camplight will tour the UK with his band including his biggest headline show to date at London’s Shepherds Bush Empire. Upcoming live info below…

BC Camplight UK live dates:

Monday 1st May – Manchester – Piccadilly @ Pink Room
Friday 12th May – London – Rough Trade East
Sunday 14th May – Nottingham – Rough Trade
Monday 15th May – Leeds – Crash @ Wardrobe
Tuesday 16th May – Brighton – Resident
Wednesday 17th May – Bristol – Rough Trade
Thursday 18th May – Kingston – Banquet @ Pryzm (full band)
Saturday 20th May – Glasgow – Mono Cafe
Sunday 21st May – Edinburgh – Assai @ The Caves
Monday 22nd May – Oxford – Truck @ Bullington
Wednesday 8th November – Glasgow – The Garage
Thursday 9th November – Newcastle – Boiler Shop
Friday 10th November – Leeds – Stylus
Wednesday 15th November – Bristol – SWX
Thursday 16th November – Birmingham – The Mill
Friday 17th November – Manchester – The Albert Hall
Tuesday 21st November - Exeter – Phoenix
Wednesday 22nd November – Brighton – Chalk
Thursday 23rd November – London – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
Friday 24th November – Nottingham – Rock City
Wednesday 29th November – Dublin – Whelan’s
Thursday 30th November – Belfast – Empire Music Hall