Bastille – Doom Days Tour, Part 2

British pop superstars Bastille are flying back to Australia in January and February next year as part of their 'Doom Days Tour, Part 2'. They will be performing their third studio album 'Doom Days' in full for audiences in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. Before winding up the AU dates though, the band will first be in New Zealand for an exclusive show in Auckland.

Due out 14th June via Virgin EMI Records, 'Doom Days' features the massive first single 'Quarter Past Midnight', title track 'Doom Days', 'Joy' (and its hilarious video clip), and 'Those Nights'. It tackles many of today's most pressing political and social issues, while maintaining a personal angle throughout. Lyrically provocative and sonically diverse, the album weaves together gospel, house and R&B influences and incorporates more instrumentation inspired by their acclaimed 'ReOrchestrated' tour.

"It's a dance record but on our terms," Dan says. "I've called it an apocalyptic party record but a party for us is all-nighters with your mates, not popping bottles in the club. It's very British: rough around the edges."

"As pessimistic as it sounds, if this is the end of days we want to be in Bastille's bunker, dancing to their anthemic stadium bangers until the bitter end." - MTV

Bastille's debut album, 2013's 'Bad Blood', landed immediate traction with fans, shifting over a quarter of a million units in their homeland alone, thanks to the multi-platinum mega-hit 'Pompeii' and singles 'Flaws' and 'Laura Palmer'. 2016's 'Wild World' continued the trend, giving the band a second #1 album in the UK with tracks such as 'Good Grief' and taking them from quintessential alternative popsters to festival favourites in just a few years. They recently slayed their live set with an orchestra and gospel choir on their audacious 'ReOrchestrated Tour' and released the fourth instalment in their freewheeling mixtape series, 'Other People’s Heartache'.

The Grammy-nominated, Brit-winning four-piece have sold over eight million albums and collected more than six billion streams globally, making them one of the most streamed acts on the planet. They consistently sit in the Top 100 streaming artists in the world (currently at #54). Recent Marshmello collab 'Happier', which they performed in Times Square on New Year's Eve, is now certified Platinum in the UK and 5x Platinum in Australia, having spent a full six months in the top 10 of the US Hot 100 chart. 'World Gone Mad' saw them contribute to the Netflix film 'Bright', starring Will Smith.

Grab your tickets and let Bastille change your idea of doom days next year!

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