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Album Review: Goosebumps by Bastille

The English pop rock band Bastille, which was formed in 2010, is known for its Indie pop or Alternative rock sound. Lately, Bastille has been taking over our radio stations and streams for the past couple months as their music develops a bigger following. Bastille has always had a significant sound and it is not missed in their new EP titled Goosebumps. A 5-track set, Goosebumps features three singles and two “One Eyed Jack’s Session”s. While on the shorter side, the album still contains tons of personality.


  1. Goosebumps ft. Kenny Beats
  2. Survivin’
  4. Survin’ (One Eyed Jack’s Session)
  5. Goosebumps (One Eyed Jack’s Session)

The first three tracks are familiar past singles, allowing the listener to immediately jam out to this EP. The last two songs, “One Eyed Jack’s Session”s, take unique spins on the songs “Survivin’” and “Goosebumps” with a more indie or acoustic sound. Since the whole EP only takes 14 minutes to appreciate, you can’t help but wanna listen to it again and again.

Article by Jada Hamby

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