Bastille 2019 Intimate Tour – EXTRA DATES
Bastille have announced the Still Avoiding Tomorrow tour, which will consist of an intimate run of shows across the UK & Ireland in January/February 2019.
Bastille Still Avoiding Tomorrow Tour Dates:
Dublin Olympia Theatre, 27 Jan
Birmingham O2 Academy, 29
Birmingham O2 Academy, 30 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Brighton Centre, 01 Feb
Manchester Victoria Warehouse, 03 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Manchester Victoria Warehouse, 04
Glasgow O2 Academy, 06
Glasgow O2 Academy, 07 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
London O2 Academy Brixton, 09
London O2 Academy Brixton, 10 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
The new live dates will see the band perform their new material ahead of the release of their highly anticipated third album, due out for release next spring. Bastille frontman Dan Smith commented, “We’ve spent most of this last year working on loads of new music and touring different versions of our songs so now we’re so excited to head back out and revisit more intimate rooms and play a bunch of new songs in the lead up to our new album”
The indie rockers are one of the nation’s favourite live acts, with Bastille spending much of their summer playing festival dates both in the UK and abroad. The four-piece recently teamed up with US music producer Marshmello on new track ‘Happier’, earning them their fourth UK Top 5 single as well as a US Top 10 and global Top 3. The international hit has also clocked up over 101 million streams.
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Over the past half-decade Bastille have played over 500 shows across six continents, including their critically acclaimed ReOrchestrated tour. They have achieved 15 million single sales and six million album sales worldwide, and their music has been streamed 3.5 billion times. They received the BRIT Award for British Breakthrough Act back in 2014 and have also received Grammy, AMA and MTV Europe Awards nominations.
The band is made up of frontman and lyricist Dan Smith with Kyle Simmons on keyboards, Will Farquarson on bass and guitar and Chris Wood on drums.