BASTILLE will play an intimate Southampton show during a run of indie record store sessions to celebrate the release of their hugely anticipated fourth album, Give Me The Future, in February, the band have announced.

The dates, which will see lead singer Dan Smith and the band perform a rare  stripped back set, are partnered with indie record stores across the UK.

The Hampshire date, partnered with Vinilo Records in Queensway, will take place at The Brook in Portswood on Sunday February 13 with tickets on sale this morning (December 8) at 10am.

Give Me The Future explores both the opportunities of technology and the dark side of lives lived online, it’s as playful and fun as it is thought-provoking, as dystopian as it is dancefloor-friendly, and as electronic as Bastille have ever been.

The album takes us into a sci-fi wonderland free from restrictions – each song a different danceable dreamscape, a place where you can travel back and forward in time to be anyone, do anything and embrace a new wave of technology which enables us to get lost inside our imagination.

The Brit winning four-piece have built their reputation as one of the world’s most captivating live bands. Over the summer, they headlined UK festivals Latitude and Standon Calling, as well as playing two sold-out shows at Hampton Court Palace Festival.

With over 11 million records sold, 6 U.K. Top 40 singles, and 1.5 billion video views, Bastille continue to be one of the world’s most streamed bands.

Nine intimate shows will act as a warm up to Bastille's Give Me The Future 2022 tour, which comes to Bournemouth International Centre on Thursday March 31.