Ooh Bastille It’s A Wild World

Bastille is primed to launch its second studio album, Wild World, and has announced a series of European tour dates to bring the music to the masses.

Photo: Courtesy of Makroconcert
Granatos Live, Rumšiškės, Lithuania

The album is set to drop Sept. 9, while Bastille is smack in the middle of a bunch of festival appearances. A number of those summer festival gigs are in North America: Chicago’s  July 28;  in Montreal July 30; and  in Detroit Sept. 30 are all included in the plan.

The solo shows kick off in Bournemouth, England Oct. 28 and mostly stay within the UK and Germany, with a few other stops in Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark and Czech Republic thrown in. The last performance planned right now is at the  in Dusseldorf, Germany Nov. 29.

Bastille, a HotStar in 2014, stormed onto the international scene with its 2013 debut Bad Blood and has toured with likes of . The Electo-pop sounds on its first album propelled the group to a truckload of award nominations and a few wins, most notably for the Brit Awards’ British Breakthrough Act in 2014.

Here’s the first single off the new album:

The routing for the European headline tour is listed below, but don’t forget that Bastille will be cranking out festival performances like nobody’s business this summer.

Oct. 28 – Bournemouth, United Kingdom, Bournemouth International Centre
Oct. 29 – Plymouth, United Kingdom, Plymouth Pavilions
Oct. 31 – Cardiff, United Kingdom, Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
Nov. 1 – London, United Kingdom, The O2 – London
Nov. 4 – Leeds, United Kingdom, First Direct Arena
Nov. 5 – Nottingham, United Kingdom, The Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
Nov. 6 – Manchester, United Kingdom, Manchester Arena
Nov. 8 – Hamburg, Germany, Barclaycard Arena
Nov. 12 – Glasgow, United Kingdom, The SSE Hydro
Nov. 13 – Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, Metro Radio Arena
Nov. 16 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, Ziggo Dome
Nov. 17 – Hamburg, Germany, Sporthalle Hamburg
Nov. 20 – Stockholm, Sweden, Hovet
Nov. 22 – Copenhagen, Denmark, Falconer Hall
Nov. 25 – Berlin, Germany, Max-Schmeling-Halle
Nov. 26 – Prague, Czech Republic, Forum Karlin
Nov. 28 – Munich, Germany, Zenith – Die Kulturhalle
Nov. 29 – Dusseldorf, Germany, Mitsubishi Electric Halle
Tickets to the headline shows go on sale July 8. Head over to BastilleBastille.com for more on the band.