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Bastille Bad Blood 180g LP (Vinyl)

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Bastille Bad Blood 180g LP (Vinyl)
Bastille Bad Blood 180g LP (Vinyl)
Bastille Bad Blood 180g LP (Vinyl)
Bastille Bad Blood 180g LP (Vinyl)
Bastille Bad Blood 180g LP (Vinyl)
Bastille Bad Blood 180g LP (Vinyl)
Genre Pop Rock
Artist Bastille
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Full-Length Debut from One of the Biggest New Bands in Britain on 180g Vinyl!

Includes Full Sized Poster and 12-Page Lyric Booklet!

Grammy Award Nominee for Best New Artist!

2013 has been an incredible year for Bastille. The band’s debut album Bad Blood was released in the UK in March and went straight to the top of the album charts. To date the album has clocked up nearly a quarter of a million sales in the UK alone, becoming the biggest selling debut album of the year so far and still remains in the UK top 10. Single "Pompeii" has become one of the stand out tracks of the year with over half a million sales to date and their recently announced UK tour sold out as quickly as it went on sale, all 44,000 tickets gone in a day. It’s true to say that Bastille are the biggest new band in Britain.

How did it happen? A lot of talent and a few killer releases; the makeshift D.I.Y video Dan Smith created for his Young & Lost Club debut single "Flaws/Icarus," for example – a three-minute edit of classic movie Badlands, re-imagined without the murder, his Laura Palmer EP, a series of captivating singles released on Virgin Records; "Overjoyed," "Bad Blood" and the re-release of "Flaws," the #2 charting "Pompeii" and "Laura Palmer." There’s also the ‘mixtapes’, 2012's Other People's Heartache and sequel Other People's Heartache Part 2, both of which have delivered tracks that have topped the Hype Machine chart.

Although Smith is the driving force behind Bastille with all of the songs being written and initially recorded by him in his bedroom, his music is ultimately collaborative. The rest of the band; bassist Will Farquarson, keyboard player Kyle Simmons and drummer Chris 'Woody' Wood, appear on the album in varying capacities, and Bastille’s music is always the product of Smith and the band’s ‘fifth member’, producer Mark Crew.

Smith and Crew's relationship goes back to the beginning of Bastille and though the music they record together sounds lush and expensive, the album was recorded in a tiny room on limited equipment – plus a day recording strings in the legendary Abbey Road. “We basically made the album in a studio the size of a cupboard, so it was one extreme to the other. Producing the record, I wanted to off-set epic sounding instrumentation with lyrics that combine intimate stories or conversation. The contrast was something that appealed to me.” says Smith.

The aim of the resulting Bastille album proper, says Smith, was to, “Approach each song differently. I wanted each to be its own story with its own atmosphere which brings in different sounds and elements of production, incorporating aspects of the different genres and styles that I love; Hip hop, indie, pop and folk. Film soundtracks can be broad and varied but tied together by the film itself – and I hope the album will be something like that, but held together by my voice and my songwriting, each song a scene or part of a bigger picture.”

• Vinyl LP
• Digital download of 3 bonus tracks
• Full sized poster
• 12-page lyric booklet

Side One:

1. Pompeii
2. Things We Lost In The Fire
3. Bad Blood
4. Overjoyed
5. These Streets
6. Weight Of Living, Pt. II
Side Two:
1. Icarus
2. Oblivion
3. Flaws
4. Daniel In The Den
5. Laura Palmer
6. Get Home