Bastille's Chris Wood believes music is an ''important'' in everyone's lives.
The band's 31-year-old drummer has urged schools to put more emphasis on teaching music in schools because he thinks it plays a vital part in people's lives; whether a song can be a soundtrack for a momentous occasion or as a way to express one's feelings.
Speaking to the Plymouth Herald, he said: ''I'm obviously coming a very biased angle in that I pursued a career in music but I feel that the importance of creative arts cannot be underestimated.
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Chris Wood, Christina Moses, Claudia Black and Kristen Gutoskie - The CW Network's 2015 Upfront at London Hotel - Arrivals at Park Avenue Spring - New York City, New York, United States - Thursday 14th May 2015
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Happy Valentine's Day! Lots of couples will celebrating this cheesy AF but lovely day, and will most likely celebrate well into the night too.
As it's almost Valentine's Day, you'll be looking for that perfect romantic playlist to set a dinner date to, right?