Beginning with frontman Dan Smith - performing as Dr. Dan Bastille, btw - plugging his questionable “Bad Decisions” self-help book, the following visuals descend into madness as a group of increasingly colourful characters wreak havoc.
Directed by Zac Ella and Emile Rafael, if you’re a fan of shitty, slightly gory horror films and seeing Dan in multiple wigs, this one is definitely for you:
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Already having two ginormous, multi-million selling records under their collective belt, Bastille are diving deep into a much more intimate scene on their new album ‘Doom Days’.
They’ve built a conceptual world not all too different to the one we’re facing right now.