Listen to Bombay Bicycle Club’s shimmering cover of Bonnie Raitt’s ‘Two Lives’

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Listen to Bombay Bicycle Club’s shimmering cover of Bonnie
Raitt’s ‘Two Lives’, Shop Ticket Snatchers

Bombay
Bicycle Club
have shared a cover of Bonnie Raitt‘s ‘Two
Lives’ from their forthcoming new EP of the same name – listen
to it below.

Set for release on July 24, the ‘Two Lives’ EP features
three acoustic reworkings of songs from the band’s recently
released album
‘Everything Else Has Gone Wrong’
– ‘Racing Stripes’,
‘Is It Real’ and ‘Let You Go’ – as well as the Bonnie
Raitt cover.

The band’s frontman Jack Steadman said of the cover:“My dad
introduced me to this beautiful Bonnie Raitt song on one of our
long car journeys, and I instantly fell in love with the harmonies.
We also felt it was a fitting title for our EP where we showcase
the two lives of our songs, one that is layered and one stripped
back.â€

Listen to Bombay Bicycle Club’s version of ‘Two Lives’
below:

The ‘Two Lives’ EP will be made available to download on a
‘pay-what-you-want’ basis from the band’s website on July
24.

All proceeds from the EP will go to the organisations Chineke! (which creates
opportunities for established Black and minority ethnic musicians,
nurtures new talent by providing role models, and celebrates
diversity in classical music) and Youth Music, which invests in
music programs for young people in deprived areas, building
confidence, resilience and self-esteem.

Earlier this year,
the recently reunited four-piece were forced to reschedule their
European tour dates due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“We’re devastated to have to reschedule our upcoming
European tour due to current events†a statement from the band
said. “Unfortunately the majority of the cities we were scheduled
to play have put bans in place that make doing the tour
impossible.â€

New dates for the tour are yet to be confirmed.

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Bombay
Bicycle Club have shared a cover of Bonnie Raitt‘s ‘Two
Lives’ from their forthcoming new EP of the same name – listen
to it below.
Read more:
Bombay Bicycle Club: “We sold all our instruments. To all intents
and purposes, we had broken up”
Set for release on July 24, the ‘Two Lives’ EP features
three acoustic reworkings of songs from the band’s recently
released album
‘Everything Else Has Gone Wrong’ – ‘Racing Stripes’,
‘Is It Real’ and ‘Let You Go’ – as well as the Bonnie
Raitt cover.
The band’s frontman Jack Steadman said of the cover:“My dad
introduced me to this beautiful Bonnie Raitt song on one of our
long car journeys, and I instantly fell in love with the harmonies.
We also felt it was a fitting title for our EP where we showcase
the two lives of our songs, one that is layered and one stripped
back.â€
Listen to Bombay Bicycle Club’s version of ‘Two Lives’
below:

The ‘Two Lives’ EP will be made available to download on a
‘pay-what-you-want’ basis from the band’s website on July
24.
All proceeds from the EP will go to the organisations Chineke! (which creates
opportunities for established Black and minority ethnic musicians,
nurtures new talent by providing role models, and celebrates
diversity in classical music) and Youth Music, which invests in
music programs for young people in deprived areas, building
confidence, resilience and self-esteem.
Earlier this year,
the recently reunited four-piece were forced to reschedule their
European tour dates due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“We’re devastated to have to reschedule our upcoming
European tour due to current events†a statement from the band
said. “Unfortunately the majority of the cities we were scheduled
to play have put bans in place that make doing the tour
impossible.â€
New dates for the tour are yet to be confirmed.
The post
Listen to Bombay Bicycle Club’s shimmering cover of Bonnie
Raitt’s ‘Two Lives’ appeared first on NME Music News, Reviews, Videos, Galleries,
Tickets and Blogs | NME.COM.

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