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Bastille are hosting a super fancy immersive theatrical experience to launch their new album

The event is called Still Avoiding Tomorrow.
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Published: 5:11 pm, May 23, 2019
Bastille are hosting a super fancy immersive theatrical experience to launch their new album

Bastille are hosting a super fancy immersive theatrical experience next month.

Dubbed Still Avoiding Tomorrow, the event will launch their new album ‘Doom Days’, taking over 9294 Studio in Hackney, London on release day, 14th June.

The blurb explains: “Author and playwright Charlotte Bogard Macleod has fused 3D sound and storytelling inspired by the new album, to create a special immersive theatrical experience. Three intriguing stories intertwine and fans will select which character’s story to follow – using headphones - while Doom Days scenarios are acted out around them.

“The crowd will then join the band for a journey through the Doom Days album as as they play the record live, in its entirety for the very first time, which will be streamed globally on YouTube.”

A ticket pre-sale will take place on 29th May, with the general sale kicking off on 31st May. Watch the trailer below.

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