May 2, 2019 4.26 pm This story is over 30 months old

Bastille heading to Lincolnshire for intimate gig

They are famed for Pompeii and will play at Glastonbury this year

Bastille will play an intimate gig when they head to Grimsby later this year.

Ahead of the release of their third album, Bastille announced they will play at the Auditorium in the town on December 4.

It will give fans the opportunity to experience an ‘apocalyptic party’ club night, starting with DJ sets before they play their new album Doom Days.

The British indie rock band rocketed to fame in 2013 with their song Pompeii, which peaked at number two in the UK charts.

Dan Smith, the band’s lead singer, said: “We’ve spent most of this last year working on loads of new music and touring different versions of our songs.

Bastille are heading to Lincolnshire.

“So now we’re excited to head back out and revisit more intimate rooms and play a bunch of new songs in the lead up to our new album.”

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Anyone who pre-orders the new album Doom Days from the official store before May 7 will receive a passcode for early access tickets.

Joy is the first song from the new album, which people can listen through the Bastille website.

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