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Never miss another 'Bastille' show
Bastille + Bipolar Sunshine
The London-based alt-pop outfit have announced their biggest UK headline tour to date, following the release of ther acclaimed debut album 'Bad Blood'.
Virgin/EMI signings Bastille deliver bewitching electro-pop. Fronted by Dan Smith, the band got their name due to the fact Dan's birthday falls on Bastille Day. He also wanted something neutral yet evocative enough to describe his rhythmically and melodically inventive pop music. Since their inception in 2010, the band have steadily built up an ever-growing audience, resulting in debut album 'Bad Blood' reaching the no.1 position in the UK album charts in March 2013. It has gone on to be the biggest selling debut album of 2013 so far with nearly platinum sales and is one of the top 10 biggest selling albums of the year.
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Bipolar Sunshine is the solo project of Manchester based Adio Marchant, who since the release of his debut EP ‘Aesthetics’ back in June featuring standout tracks ‘Fire’ and ‘Rivers’, continues to impress and carve out his own singular path as one of the most exciting new talents to look out for in 2014.
People frantically scrambled to find out more about the project with some likening his vocal style to Jamie T, but whatever comparisons you draw it's hard not to find yourself listening again and again.
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Venue: Colston Hall
Phone: 0844 887 1500
Disabled Bookings: 0844 887 1500
Seating Plan: View the Seating Plan
→ Bristol Temple Meads 17 min walk
→ Clifton Down 18 min walk