Wednesday, 24 October 2012

Bastille at KOKO



If you’ve read the current issue of Cellardoor, you’ll know that we’re big fans of Bastille. Last week we were lucky enough to see the guys in action at KOKO in Camden and what a treat it was!

Bastille – who started out as just singer Dan Smith before turning into a fully-fledged band – have gained quite a following as recent singles Bad Blood and Flaws have had plenty of airplay on national radio, so it’s no surprise that the gig quickly sold out.

The atmosphere was great as support acts Jay Brown and Swiss Lips warmed up the crowd before Bastille burst on to the stage with an abundance of infectious energy.

The boys played a real mix of songs – from the beautiful Overjoyed and Bad Blood that had everyone singing along to cover of City High’s What Would You Do and Corona’s Rhythm of the Night which had everyone dancing.

We had an amazing night and everyone else seemed to as well. The Bad Blood tour has just been announced for next year, if you get the chance buy yourself a ticket asap!

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