Bastille web shared a brand new single known as ‘Shut Off The Lights’ – you need to well perhaps additionally snoop on it below.
The song is the most up-to-date preview of the group’s upcoming fourth album ‘Give Me The Future’, which arrives on February 4. It follows on from the previous singles ‘No Sinful Days’, ‘Distorted Gentle Beam’, ‘Thelma Louise’ and the file’s title song.
“Shut off the lights is ready being pulled out of your future-fearing anxieties by the actual person you’re mendacity next to,” frontman Dan Smith explained in a press originate.
“It’s about intimacy and physical connection, rejecting our worries about existence and the long scoot for a minute, and unplugging from all of it to basically be display masks. It’s a fun, staunch, human moment in the center of this gigantic album.”
He continued: “But also, it’s a song that nods help to Paul Simon’s ‘Graceland’ and a load of song we cherish. It made us desire to bounce across the studio and is ridiculously fun to play live.”
Bastille will showcase ‘Give Me The Future’ all the highest method via a necessary UK arena tour in April – you need to well perhaps additionally fetch the stout time table and mark details here.
Dan Smith and co. are also on account of play an intimate gig at London’s Earth Theatre on February 2. The special efficiency is being held as fragment of the BRITs Week 2022 concert series in help of War Child.
Meanwhile, Smith has revealed that he is engaged on new initiatives in the “film and TV world”. It comes after the singer made his directorial debut with the sci-fi movie-inspired video for ‘No Sinful Days’.