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Bastille Doom Days Club Nights Tour

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Bastille will hit the road with the Doom Days Club Nights Tour this winter – full details + on sale links below.

Bastille November/December 2019 UK Tour Dates:

Coventry Warwick Arts Centre, 29 Nov
Carlisle Sands Centre, 30
Aberdeen Music Hall, 01 Dec
Bradford St Georges Hall, 03
Grimsby Auditorium, 04
Llandudno Venue Cymru, 05
Torquay The Foundry, 07
Portsmouth Pyramids Centre, 08
Margate Winter Gardens, 09

Tickets on sale Friday (10 May) at 9am from Ticketmaster

The tour will be in support of the indie rockers upcoming third album Doom Days, due out on 14 June 2019. The intimate live shows will give fans the opportunity to experience an ‘apocalyptic party’ club night, featuring warm-up DJ sets before the band perform the new album live from start to finish.

The band shared the full track list for Doom Days on their social media and explained, “It opens with ‘Quarter Past Midnight’ and charts the course of one apocalyptic night, finishing the next morning with a little bit of hope on the kitchen floor and our new single ‘Joy’ (really hope you like it). Looking forward to seeing what tracks you lot like the most.”

LISTEN TO NEW TRACK ‘JOY’ HERE:

The Brit winning four-piece has sold over eight million albums and clocked up over 6.5 billion global streams. Both previous albums debuted at No.1 in the UK and charted top 10 in the US. Recent single ‘Happier’ has now certified platinum in the UK as well as spent a full six months in the top 10 of the US Hot 100 Chart.

The band also continue to be one of Spotify’s top 40 most listened to artists in the world.

Doom Days Tracklisting:

Quarter Past Midnight
Bad Decisions
The Waves
Divide
Million Pieces
Doom Days
Nocturnal Creatures
4AM
Another Place
Those Nights
Joy

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