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'Doom Days' are coming - Bastille have dropped the title track from their forthcoming third album

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Published: 7:09 pm, April 25, 2019
'Doom Days' are coming - Bastille have dropped the title track from their forthcoming third album

Bastille have shared a brand new track.

'Doom Days' - which was previously announced as the title of the band's third album - arrived as a surprise drop earlier this afternoon (25th April), alongside a new video.

After the release of first single from the record 'Quarter Past Midnight' almost a year ago, it was expected 'Doom Days' the album would arrive before the end of 2018. Now we've finally got the second track from it, though, we can probably expect movement imminently.

Bastille haven't been lazy, though. Back in December they delivered the latest installment of their 'Other People's Heartache' mixtape series. You can check out a chat with Dan about that here.

'Doom Days' the track comes in at a snappy two-and-abit-minutes and muses on the modern condition, constant scrolling, echo chambers and even a crafty Brexit reference. You can check it out below.

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