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Bastille played TRNSMT and Citadel over the weekend and festivals are welcome relief from the day to day grind of Brexit.
Celebrated on July 14, Bastille Day is the French national day and the most important bank holiday in France.
Bastille Day commemorates the storming of the Bastille prison in 1789, one of the key events of the French Revolution.
Reward enough in it itself, the high-profile extracurricular work now feeds into Bastille's colourful new third album Doom Days.
Doom Days is set for release on June 14 and Bastille will perform it in its entirety, from start to finish, at the Aberdeen gig.
Bastille play Aberdeen Music Hall on Sunday 1 December.
The purpose of the concession is the management of a contract by which the opera grants the concessionaire the right to exploit, to the public of the opera bastille, a bar service during performances in the spaces determined in this contract.
But Bastille have always had the grace of fans who accept them through their sonic experimentations -- something they hope will extend to their third album, 'Doom Days'.
It's easy to tell what side of the fence Bastille are on when it comes to world (and especially British) politics and it doesn't look like the cheeriest of outlooks for any of us.
At this juncture, the life and times of the African immigrant community must be objectively evaluated pre and post World Cup glory to deduce the effectiveness of 'Liberty,' 'Equality' and 'Fraternity' - notions that set the very foundation of Bastille Day.
The French National Day is the anniversary celebration of the Storming of the Bastille on July 14, 1780, a turning point of the French Revolution, as well as the Fete de la Federation which celebrated the unity of the French people on July 14, 1790.