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First sessions feel the Rhythm of the Night

By Gareth Rowett 21st June 2017

First sessions feel the Rhythm of the Night
EDEN: Bastille and Madness go down a storm

Multi-million selling band Bastille had the honour of kicking off the 16th year of the Eden Sessions as they secured their place on the list of top UK and international acts to perform at the former clay pit. With critically-acclaimed debut album Bad Blood, a number of radio-friendly singles and Brit award under their belt, Bastille has b...

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