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BASTILLE DIAL IT UP TO ELEVEN 

Estelle Wilkinson  has partnered with U.K.-based Eleven Management to manage Bastille, according to sources. The group parted ways with Red Light and manager James Sandom last year.

Led by Niamh Byrne and Régine Moylett, Eleven also looks after GorillazDamon AlbarnBlurThe Clash, Graham Coxon and Róisín Murphy. Wilkinson formerly managed Coldplay (during the four years that Phil Harvey took a break, 2002-2006) and has a long history in the music business. Her career started at Manchester promotions firm TMalongside music PR Tony Michaelides, before going on to work with The Happy Mondays and manager Nathan McGough and Caroline Elleray (who is now at UMP) when she managed local bands World of Twist and Intastella, before being hired by Harvey.

Signed to Virgin EMI, Bastille started taking meetings with potential reps after splitting from Red Light after two years; they were earlier managed by Black Fox. They have two U.K. #1 albums to their name, and a new full-length is on the way later this year, preceded by current hit Marshmello collab "Happier." A U.K. and European tour stops for two dates at the 5k-capacity Brixton Academy in London this weekend. 

 

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