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Bastille Bombards Barclays with Authenticity

By Veronica Liow, Multimedia Editor

On March 30, fans stood in line for Bastille’s Wild, Wild World Tour hours before the doors opened at the Barclays Center fervently hoping to get as close to the stage as possible. 395 more words


Book Review #12: Boy X

Boy X by Dan Smith (274 pages), started off terribly slow. I picked this book solely off of its cover because the main character looked like a person of color. 399 more words

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5 Reasons to See Bastille Live

Do yourself a favor, and get a pair of tickets to see Bastille in concert at their Wild Wild World Tour. Or better yet, just grab yourself a ticket and go alone… 426 more words

Review: Bastille kicked off North American tour with a bang in Toronto

(By: Valerie Dittrich)

Despite being extremely jet-lagged and exhausted from spending the day prior touring the city, the London-based indie-pop band Bastille kept fans dancing to the rhythm of the night during the kick-off show of their North American tour. 414 more words


Photos: Bastille, Mondo Cozmo @ Air Canada Centre

Photos by: Charito Yap – 

UK indie pop band Bastille, who released their second album, Wild World, on September 9th, 2016 via Virgin EMI, which featured the singles “Good Grief”, “Send Them Off!”, and “Blame”, performed at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto last night with indie rock singer-songwriter Mondo Cozmo, who released his debut single “Shine”, which hit #1 on Billboard’s Adult Alternative Songs chart in January 2017. 231 more words


My Brother's Secret by Dan Smith

It’s the summer of 1941 in Germany, and 11 year old Karl Friedmann is training to be a soldier for the Fürher in the Deutsches Jungvolk. 353 more words