Bastille to play a guerilla gig on the Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol

Posted on 20 August 2012
By Jo Ching
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Bastille will be playing a guerilla gig on the Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol, tomorrow at 7pm on 21st August as apart of their Triangle tour, to celebrate the release of their single Bad Blood unleashed on 20th August.

Bastille, fronted by Dan Smith, built a word of mouth following on-line after avid cult film fan Dan uploaded a makeshift D.I.Y video for his track Flaws, piecing together footage from Terence Malick’s 1973 classic Badlands.

The video clocked up over 400,000 views. Flaws was subsequently released as a single by indie label Young and Lost Club.

With their haunting live presence, Bastille are paving their way with their infectious tunes to capture the imagination of a new generation of music fans.

They will be supporting Emeli Sande at the iTunes Festival on 5th September.