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Bastille - Doom Days (2019) Published: June 14/19 Released: June 14/19 albumAlternative11 Tracks • 40 Minutes
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    SELECTED LINE: Despite its often foreboding subject matter — the destruction of the planet, a self-indulgent generation addicted to their smartphones — Doom Days is at heart a party record. -The Times of London
    Doom Days is the third studio album by Bastille, released by Virgin EMI Records from Virgin Records on June 14, 2019.
    1. Quarter Past Midnight3:19
    2. Bad Decisions3:09
    3. The Waves4:00
    4. Divide3:52
    5. Million Pieces4:11
    6. Doom Days2:18
    7. Nocturnal Creatures3:52
    8. 4AM4:07
    9. Another Place3:31
    10. Those Nights4:30
    11. Joy3:12
A Virgin EMI Records release; ℗ 2019 Virgin Records Ltd
Critic Reviews (26)

Bastille by numbers.

60% 4 weeks ago

‘Doom Days’ packs in eleven tracks of strong pop-rock elements mixed with electronic influences.

4 weeks ago

Thomas Bleach Thomas Bleach

While this is a slightly better album than Wild World, it's still mediocre.

50% 1 month ago

Spectrum Pulse (CA) Spectrum Pulse (CA)

It’s enough to push Bastille towards the door with the others who’ll be on their way out soon.

40% 1 month ago

The Soundboard The Soundboard

Excellence in vagueness.

50% 1 month ago

humo (BE) humo (BE)

As a whole body of work, there is definitely something to appreciate as it plays, adding a nice and inoffensive chapter to their catalogue.

60% 1 month ago


It's Bastille, and they know what they're doing.

60% 1 month ago

Shropshire Star Shropshire Star

As Avicii's final encore performance, Tim is his most intimate show yet, and a suitable send-off for a superstar.

80% 1 month ago

The Sydney Morning Herald The Sydney Morning Herald (TOP)

Thanks to its concept, Doom Days is easily the group's most cohesive album yet, but as they tighten their focus, they also expand their sound.

80% 1 month ago

AllMusic AllMusic

There’s a euphoria to this record that feels so pure; through all the desperation, we begin and end with a joyous rush.

1 month ago

Atwood Magazine Atwood Magazine

Bastille show with "Doom Days" that concept albums can still work wonderfully in today's times of streaming and playlists and make a very pleasant change from ragged records with no connection.

1 month ago

minutenmusik (DE) minutenmusik (DE)

Still on the rise and growing, despite the enormous achievements.

70% 1 month ago

Rolling Stone Italia Rolling Stone Italia

It’s easy to enjoy it on the surface for the racing dance-pop of Million Pieces and the skittering breakbeats of Nocturnal Creatures.

80% 1 month ago

Evening Standard Evening Standard

It does not stand out from the current pop mixture.

40% 1 month ago

lautde lautde

On ‘Doom Days’ they’ve managed to deftly build a conceptual world not all too different to the one we’re facing right now, and that feels like a triumph in itself.

80% 1 month ago

DIY Magazine DIY Magazine

On Doom Days Bastille falls into a sonic rut, but its best music gives us plenty of indication that this need not spell doom for what's to come for this still-young outfit.

40% 1 month ago

PopMatters PopMatters

At best a nice mediocrity.

40% 1 month ago

For all its partying, Doom Days preaches unity and intimacy, and how in times like these, we as people should be coming together rather than letting our differences tear us—and the world—apart.

1 month ago


Bastille embrace an outlook of positivity, turning a brief blind eye, and momentarily dancing gleefully on a wasteland.

80% 1 month ago

The Skinny The Skinny

Bastille’s third album is hard to take seriously.

40% 1 month ago

The Times of London The Times of London (TOP)

A beautiful message told in a beautiful way.

80% 1 month ago

The more you put into it, the less you get out.

55% 1 month ago

The Line of Best Fit The Line of Best Fit

Nostalgic, melancholic, worrisome and finally joyful, ‘Doom Days’ is a production that leaves you with optimism for a better tomorrow.

80% 1 month ago

Clash Music Clash Music

‘Doom Days’ is a vivid snapshot of humanity and an imaginative, adventurous levelling up from one of Britain’s most influential bands.

80% 1 month ago

New Musical Express (NME) New Musical Express (NME) (TOP)

Staying the course has resulted in a ho-hum listen.

40% 1 month ago

Despite its often foreboding subject matter — the destruction of the planet, a self-indulgent generation addicted to their smartphones — Doom Days is at heart a party record.

1 month ago

The Times of London The Times of London (TOP)
User Reviews (5)

Doom Days are Coming Soon™️ is finally here my guys

Jonathan32421 month ago
Masterpiece! Bastille never disappoint!

clashonbroadway2 months ago
This is the most creative band ever Every song the make has a meaning, you have to listen to the music to understand. Their songs are also catchy, all their albums so far are GREAT!

NVR_VELT2 months ago
So far so good Sounds great!

ERB9620192 months ago
Epic So far I’m impressed and I have nothing but high expectations from Bastille! 🥰
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