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Bastille have announced the Give Me The Future Tour for next year – extra dates added in Bournemouth and Hull!

Bastille 2022 UK Tour Dates:

Bournemouth International Centre, 31 March ***EXTRA DATE***
Hull Bonus Arena, 01 April ***EXTRA DATE***
London The O2, 07
Manchester AO Arena, 08
Glasgow O2 Academy, 10
Glasgow O2 Academy, 11
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, 13
Birmingham O2 Academy, 14
Birmingham O2 Academy, 15
Plymouth Pavilion, 17
Brighton Centre, 18

Tickets on sale now & Friday (26 November) at 9am from Ticketmaster AXS Ticketweb See Tickets

The tour will be in support of the band’s highly anticipated fourth album ‘Give Me The Future’, due out on 04 February 2022.

Frontman Dan Smith says, “We’re all massively excited to head out on tour with this new album that we love. After everything that’s happened over the last couple of years, we’re buzzing to play for everyone at these brilliant venues and can’t wait to have some fun back on the road again…here’s to gigging in 2022.”

The dancefloor-friendly record is set to be a fun, thought-provoking listen, transporting fans into a sci-fi wonderland free from restrictions.

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Over the summer the BRIT winning four-piece headlined two UK festivals – Latitude and Standon Calling – as well as played further sold-out shows at Hampton Court Palace Festival.

With over 11 million records sold, 6 UK Top 40 singles and 1.5 billion video views, Bastille continue to be one of the world’s most streamed bands.

Bastille ‘Give Me The Future’ Full Album Tracklisting:

Distorted Light Beam
Thelma + Louise
No Bad Days
Brave New World (Interlude)
Back To The Future
Plug In…
Promises (by Riz Ahmed)
Shut Off The Lights
Stay Awake?
Give Me The Future
Club 57
Total Dissociation (Interlude)
Future Holds (feat. BIM)

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