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Bastille To Accompany 'Doom Days' Release With Immersive Theatrical Experience

Friday, 24 May 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Bastille have announced plans for an "immersive theatrical experience" alongside the release of their upcoming third album.

Titled Still Avoiding Tomorrow, author and playwright Charlotte Bogard Macleod has created a trio of interactive stories based around three characters in the world that exists within 'Doom Days', with fans able to choose which storyline to follow as the album unfolds around them.

The special event will feature two performances at 9294 Studio in Hackney Wick, London on June 14, the same day the record is released through Virgin Records. The band will perform 'Doom Days' live in its entirety and the evening will be streamed via YouTube. Tickets go on general sale from 10am on May 31.

Additionally, Bastille will perform the album in full at nine tiny shows in November and December, with stops confirmed in Coventry, Carlisle, Aberdeen, Bradford, Grimsby, Llandudno, Torquay, Portsmouth, and Margate.

They also appear at London's Citadel Festival and Reading and Leeds this summer.

Bastille Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri November 29 2019 - COVENTRY Warwick Arts Centre
Sat November 30 2019 - CARLISLE Sands Centre
Sun December 01 2019 - ABERDEEN Music Hall
Tue December 03 2019 - BRADFORD St Georges Hall
Wed December 04 2019 - GRIMSBY Auditorium
Thu December 05 2019 - LLANDUDNO Venue Cymru
Sat December 07 2019 - TORQUAY Foundry
Sun December 08 2019 - PORTSMOUTH Pyramids Centre
Mon December 09 2019 - MARGATE Winter Gardens

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