London indie rock-pop quartet Bastille have announced their return to Australia at the beginning of 2020, on the 'Doom Days Tour, Part 2'.
With shows planned in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth (plus a Gold Coast show tba) this tour will be local fans first chance to hear material from the band’s third studio album, 'Doom Days', which drops 14 June.
The British superstars combine glossy '80s synth textures and arena-friendly choruses, which have seen singles like 'Pompeii' and 'Happier' sell millions.
'Doom Days' features the massive first single ‘Quarter Past Midnight’, title track 'Doom Days’, latest single 'Joy’ and the freshly-released new cut 'Those Nights’.
“It’s a dance record but on our terms,” singer-songwriter Dan Smith 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.”