Bastille's new album Doom Days arrives this Friday, and the U.K. band is celebrating with a show in London. If you won't be there in person, have no fear: The concert will stream live online.
The stream starts at 5 p.m. ET on June 14. You can tune into YouTube to watch.
During the show, Bastille will be performing Doom Days, which features the singles "Quarter Past Midnight" and "Joy," in its entirety.
Leading up to the record's official release, Bastille has also launched an interactive website that allows you to uncover the story of Doom Days, which frontman Dan Smith has described as an "apocalyptic party album." You can click on different rooms in a house and see different characters as clips from Doom Days songs play in the background.
"Escape the harsh realities of the world and step into the Doom Days house," the site says. "Explore the party and unlock memories to piece together the night's events."
To try it yourself, visit DoomDays.house.
Bastille will launch a U.S. tour in support of Doom Days in September.
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