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Bastille have released an extended edition of their latest album, 'Doom Days (This Got Out Of Hand)'

The new edition features two new songs, 'Admit Defeat' and 'Good Lesson'.
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Published: 8:52 pm, December 06, 2019 Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
Bastille have released an extended edition of their latest album, 'Doom Days (This Got Out Of Hand)'

Bastille have released an extended edition of their latest album, 'Doom Days (This Got Out Of Hand)'.

The enhanced release features new material, demo tracks, ReOrchestrated versions of past releases, their recent collaboration with Alessia Cara on 'Another Place', plus the band’s cover of REO Speedwagon’s 'Can’t Fight This Feeling', recorded with the London Contemporary Orchestra. There are also two new songs, 'Admit Defeat' and 'Good Lesson'.

Frontman Dan Smith says: “We’re releasing this expanded version of our album as a gift to our fans and to thank them for all their incredible support. We’ve had an amazing 2019 playing the album on tours and at festivals all across the world, and this collection of songs completes the 'Doom Days' recordings and the trilogy that is our first three albums.”

The tracklisting reads:

1. Admit Defeat
2. Good Lesson
3. Easy Days (Demo)
4. When I Watch The World Burn All I Think About Is You (Demo)
5. Another Place (feat. The Chamber Orchestra Of London)
6. Final Hour
7. Million Pieces (feat. The Chamber Orchestra Of London)
8. Comfort of Strangers
9. Another Place (feat. Alessia Cara)
10. Hangin
11. Can't Fight This Feeling

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