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Take a look behind-the-scenes with The Dawn of MAY on her tour with Bastille

May joined the band on stage each night to share vocals on ‘World Gone Mad’.
Published: 3:46 pm, April 08, 2019 Photos: Amanda Fordyce.

New York singer The Dawn of MAY is signed to Dan Smith’s Best Laid Plans label, and was recently hand-picked by Bastille to support them on tour (alongside Dork's newest cover star, Lewis Capaldi). Beyond opening the show, May also joined the band on stage each night to share vocals on ‘World Gone Mad’. Here, she offers an insight into what went on behind-the-scenes with a brand new photo diary.

Take a look behind-the-scenes with The Dawn of MAY on her tour with Bastille
Take a look behind-the-scenes with The Dawn of MAY on her tour with Bastille
Take a look behind-the-scenes with The Dawn of MAY on her tour with Bastille
Take a look behind-the-scenes with The Dawn of MAY on her tour with Bastille
Take a look behind-the-scenes with The Dawn of MAY on her tour with Bastille
Take a look behind-the-scenes with The Dawn of MAY on her tour with Bastille
Take a look behind-the-scenes with The Dawn of MAY on her tour with Bastille
Take a look behind-the-scenes with The Dawn of MAY on her tour with Bastille
Take a look behind-the-scenes with The Dawn of MAY on her tour with Bastille

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