In just five years since Putney’s Dan Smith started Bastille alone in his bedroom, the band – now a four-piece – has become a chart dominating global phenomenon. Now they are back with new music.

Bastille’s first album Bad Blood sold over four million copies and their singles – including Pompeii and Laura Palmer – sold more than 11 million copies.

The first single from their new album Wild World, Good Grief, debuted on Annie Mac’s Radio One show last Thursday and was her Hottest Record.

Now we have the video and it’s fitting for a band of cinephiles (and a bit naughty), inspired by the likes of David  Lynch and Wes Anderson.

Dan Smith said: “We were excited to be able to work with NYSU (Wild Beasts, New Order, Philip Selway) on the video which was shot over 6 or so days in Madrid. It is like a mad visual Rubik cube that takes a load of archetypal narrative scenarios and then twists and collides them together.

“We wanted to make something fun and chaotic and surreal that would serve as a fittingly odd accompaniment to the song.”

Bastille play a series of festivals this summer, starting with Glastonbury on Friday.

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