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Formed in 2010, Bastille was initially a solo project but has grown to a full band with much success. Dan Smith has been writing music since he was 16 but did not share his work for a long time. When he formed Bastille he named it after the French celebration Bastille Day which is on July 14th; this is Dan Smith's birthday. Eventually Smith recruited a local drumming teacher (Chris Wood) as well as a keyboardist (Kyle Simmons) and a bassist/guitarist (Will Farquarson), culminating in the sound known today. Bastille started slow but found enormous success in 2013 upon the release of their track 'Pompeii'. That year they released an album through Virgin Records called Bad Blood which entered the UK charts at number one and resulted in four nominations for Brit Awards in 2014. At the ceremony, they won 'British Breakthrough Act'. This came at a time when Bastille began touring extensively, especially in the festival scene including the Leeds and Reading festivals of 2013, despite their newcomer status. Toward the end of 2013 Bastille released an extended version of their debut studio album, 'All This Bad Blood', which added some separate releases that had grown in popularity such as the song 'Of The Night'. Bastille then worked with other artists to produce their 'VS' mixtapes which saw some success. In 2016 Bastille released the song 'The Currents', then subsequently released a track in June called 'Good Grief' which was immediately features as a hot track on BBC Radio One and found immediate success. They also performed many of the new tracks during the summer of 2016 when they performed at Glastonbury Festival. In September 2016 Bastille's second studio album, Wild World, was released; it placed at number one in both the UK and the Scottish album charts.