THE ultimate "apocalyptic party" to end all parties will take place in Llandudno next week.

The Grammy nominated four-piece will rock up to Venue Cymru as part of their Doom Day's Club Nights tour on Thursday, December 5.

With hits like Overjoyed, Bad Blood, Flaws, Laura Palmer and the global smash Pompeii, the chance to catch band live on one of only nine intimate dates is unmissable for any Bastille fan.

The Brit Award winning band's aim for the tour of "supporting local venues in towns and cities away from the usual touring route" will see them add to a packed year for the venue, which has seen indie titans Noel Gallagher and Kelly Jones of the Stereophonics help keep the town on the map, and follows the release of their third album Doom Days in June and receiving top billing on Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage in the summer.

A spokesperson for Bastille said: "These unique shows will give fans the opportunity to experience an ‘apocalyptic party’ club night, warming them up with DJ sets before taking them on a journey through the narrative of the album, which the band will play live from start to finish."

“That glimmer of hope at the end of the album says everything,” says frontman Dan. “The smallest human gesture can pull you back from the brink."

Bastille take to the stage on Thursday, December 5 at 7pm. Tickets for the event have sold out.