28 Meith 2013 – 30 Meith 2013 Worthy Farm, Pilton
2013

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Dé hAoine 28 Meith 2013 John Peel Stage

Storming

Perhaps the very definition of a whirlwind success, Bastille have gone from formation to Glastonbury's Peel Stage in less than two years. Originally the one-man bedroom project of charismatic frontman Dan Smith (born on Bastille Day, 14 July), the group formed in 2011 and signed with EMI that same year.

After significant underground buzz, including two cheeky mix tapes of unlikely pop covers (their version of City High's 2001 hit 'What Would You Do?' is a particular treat), the band enjoyed mainstream success throughout 2012 with a run of singles from their Number One debut album Bad Blood.

Having toured their unique brand of angst-tinged electro pop across European festivals last year, and with Muse's stadium tour beckoning, Bastille visit Glasto via Radio 1's Big Weekend in a year that shows no signs of slowing their ascent.

Seinnliosta ar John Peel Stage ar 28 Meith 2013 ag Worthy Farm, Pilton

  • Bad Blood
  • Things We Lost In The Fire
  • Over Joyed
  • The Silence
  • What Would You Do
  • Weight Of Living II
  • Sleep Song
  • Laura Palmer
  • Oblivion
  • Icarus
  • These Streets
  • Flaws
  • Rhythm Of The Night
  • Pompeii

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