Bastille’s ‘Joy‘ was released today, and it came with a gorgeous visualizer. A visualizer that illustrates perfectly the joyful feel of that song.
‘Joy‘ is from the British synth-pop bands upcoming third studio album Doom Days, due to be released on the Virgin Records label on June 14th.
According to Bastille lead vocalist Dan Smith, Doom Days takes place over a single night with songs that take “the listener on a big night out in search of distraction from the surrounding apocalypse.”
As for ‘Joy‘, it is the last track on the album, and was written and then placed there with the intention of reminding you there is always a glimmer of hope. Even when things seem to be at their worst.
As Smith said about it in a statement, “That glimmer of hope at the end of the album says everything. The smallest human gesture can pull you back from the brink.”
And, if you watch Bastille’s ‘Joy‘ visualizer below, you will definitely feel that hope, because it’s gorgeous.
Doom Days is already available to pre-order, and is the first release since Bastille’s Wild World.
The album tracklist looks like this:
Full Doom Days tracklist
1. Quarter Past Midnight
2. Bad Decisions
3. The Waves
5. Million Pieces
6. Doom Days
7. Nocturnal Creatures
9. Another Place
10. Those Nights
And, of course, Bastille will be kicking off a tour to promote Doom Days on September 16th, 2019 in Philadelphia. The complete tour dates are below.
9/16 | Philadelphia, PA | The Met
9/17 | Boston, MA| Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion
9/18 | Montreal, QC | Place Bell
9/20 | Toronto, ON | Budweiser Stage
9/21 | Washington, DC | Anthem
9/22 | Pittsburgh, PA | Stage AE
9/24 | New York, NY | Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden
9/27 | Uncasville, CT | Mohegan Sun Arena
9/28 | Richmond, VA | Virginia Credit Union LIVE!
9/29 | Columbus, OH | Express Live!
10/1 | Detroit, MI | Masonic Temple Theatre
10/2 | Chicago, IL | Chicago Theatre
10/4 | Denver, CO | The Mission Ballroom
10/5 | Salt Lake City, UT | Saltair
10/7 |Portland, OR | Theatre of The Clouds @ Moda Center
10/8 | Vancouver, BC | Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Arena
10/9 | Seattle, WA | WAMU Theatre
10/11 | Berkeley, CA | Greek Theatre
10/12 | Los Angeles, CA | Greek Theatre
10/13 | San Diego, CA | CalCoastal Credit Union Open Air Theatre
10/15 | Phoenix, AZ | Comerica Theatre
10/17 | Dallas, TX |South Side Ballroom
10/18 | Houston, TX | White Oak Music Hall Lawn
10/19 | Austin, TX | Austin 360 Amphitheater
10/21 | Birmingham, AL | BJCC
10/22 | Nashville, TN | Municipal Auditorium
10/23 | Atlanta, GA | Roxy Theatre
10/25 | Raleigh, NC | Red Hat Amphitheater
10/26 | Jacksonville, FL | Daily’s Place Amphitheater
10/27 | Miami, FL | Bayfront Park Amphitheater
10/29 | Mexico City, MX | Pepsi Center
Related Reading: Watch Bastille’s Vevo Presents performance of ‘Blame‘ — it’s awesome
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