Watch the incredible video for the single here; The band play their first ever sold out U.S headline shows this month
Bastille continue their reign as one of Britain’s most exciting new bands and release live favourite ‘Things We Lost in The Fire’ on August 26th. The track tells the story of a couple who watch the metaphor of their relationship burn and then sift through the ashes. The track’s new video, shot in Lithuania with director Naor Aloni., has already received an incredible reaction, it’s narrative being a dream sequence inspired by Dan’s love of cult film.
As well as drawing the biggest crowd ever at Glastonbury’s John Peel Stage, the band have drawn huge numbers at many of this summer’s festivals and continue to play prolific slots at many more. Over the next few weeks they will play their first headline sold out U.S shows and will appear on acclaimed TV show Conan O’Brien.
Bastille – Things We Lost in the Fire video
Bastille’s debut album ‘Bad Blood’ is the biggest selling debut album of the year with nearly platinum sales and is one of the top 10 biggest selling albums of the year. The album was recently voted by Guardian readers as one of their favourite albums of 2013 and its single ‘Pompeii’ has nearly sold 600,000 copies and will be certified platinum in the next couple of weeks.
The band’s autumn tour sold out in a matter of hours, all 44,000 tickets gone in a day.
Dates as follows;
26th July – Secret Garden Party, Huntingdon
27th July – Redfest, Redhill
2nd Aug – Standon Calling, Hertfordshire
3rd Aug – Leopallooza, Cornwall
4th Aug – Indiependence, Cork, Ireland
23rd Aug – Reading Festival, Reading
24th Aug – Leeds Festival, Leeds
7th September – Bestival, Isle of Wight
Headline tour shows
7th October – Bristol 02 Academy
8th October – Yeovil Wetland
9th October- Portsmouth Guildhall
10th October -Norwich UEA
12th October- Cambridge Corn Exchange
13 October – Cardiff Great Hall
15 October – London 02 Academy Brixton
17 October – Leicester 02 Academy
21 October – Leeds O2 Academy
22 October – Manchester Academy
01 November = Newcastle O2 Academy
02 November – Nottingham Concert Hall
03 November – Birmingham O2 Academy
04 November – Southend Pavillion