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Bad Blood

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Excellent album

It's been a while since I've liked every single song on an album. Admittedly I do have my favorites; bad blood, Pompeii and things we lost in the fire, are amazing, with weight of living and flaws coming in a close second. If you're a fan of imagine dragons, graffiti6 and the neighborhood you won't be disappointed with Bastille.

amazing album- but get ‘all this bad blood'

this album is amazing! loved every song on it, very well done. up beat, catchy. similar to imagine dragons but better! BUT, they came out with an album called “all this bad blood’ recently and its only 3 more $. and you get like 10 more songs!!! so buy that one instead.
you will not be disappointed :)

Love it.

This guys voice is unreal.

Biography

Formed: 2010 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Combining glossy '80s synth pop and arena-friendly choruses on singles such as "Pompeii," London's Bastille sold millions of their debut album Bad Blood. The group began as the solo project of singer/songwriter Dan Smith — whose birthday is July 14 (aka Bastille Day) but became a full-fledged band in 2010 with the addition of Chris Wood, William Farquarson, and Kyle Simmons. Bastille attracted a lot of attention after putting a few tracks online, leading to support slots at major U.K. festivals...
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