The unexpected pressure of a meteoric rise or a highly successful debut album might be enough to make some bands quiver in their live boots but not Bastille who hit the Concorde 2 in Brighton with the kind of multi-layered skill of a band secure in their talents.
To Kill A King’s debut album makes its way onto the musical meal table on February 24th, 2013 and they are still astounding with their five part harmonies, orchestral strings and rousing brass highlights.
To Kill A King prepare to unleash their debut album ‘Cannibals Without Cutlery’ and supporting single ‘Cold Skin’ on 24th February. Response has been outstanding with YouTube racking up over 90,000 views in just over a week.
South London band, Bastille, may have been on the scene for some time, but, with the release of their latest single, Bad Blood, it looks like the ante is about to be upped, and rightly so. On stage, they can be seen as a four piece, but originally Bastille consisted solely of founding member, singer-songwriter, Dan Smith. The singles Laura Palmer and Overjoyed sparked the interest of many a national radio station, and this was swiftly followed up with the half a million viewed YouTube sensation Flaws, which proclaimed Dan’s love of the hit 1973 movie Badlands (although the movie scenes have since been removed).