7 of the Best Bastille Songs out There ...

Kelly

With all of the best Bastille songs out there, it is no wonder that they are becoming more and more popular. Bastille is a 4-member rock band from London who has taken the world by storm with their incredible sound and even more incredible lyrics. I was introduced to Bastille while studying abroad in Italy and I have been obsessed ever since. After checking out these best Bastille songs, you will be obsessed too.

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1

Pompeii

Of course the best Bastille songs is one of the most popular. You can’t turn on the radio without hearing their catchy single, “Pompeii.” It does a great job of featuring lead singer Dan Smith’s fabulous voice and has some great intro background vocals.

2

Poet

This song is one of my absolute favorites not only for its incredible sound but for the story the lyrics tell. Bastille paints a portrait of a young man who falls in love with a girl who doesn’t exist, so he creates her in his art to keep her forever. If you listen to the lyrics closely, you can watch the love story fold out in your head.

3

Oblivion

This story starts out slow with Smith’s haunting voice and then picks up fast in a magical way. My favorite part of this song is the background vocals that make the lyrics sound even more incredible.

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Bastille is an indie pop band from London, England, formed in 2010. The band consists of lead singer and multi-instrumentalist Dan Smith, keyboardist Kyle Simmons, bassist and guitarist Will Farquarson, and drummer Chris Wood. The band has released three studio albums, two extended plays, and seventeen singles.

Their single "Oblivion" was released in 2013 as the fourth single from their debut studio album Bad Blood. The song is a slow-building, emotional track with a powerful chorus. The lyrics explore the idea of forgetting the past and starting anew. The song features a mix of electronic and acoustic instruments, including piano, strings, and drums.

The accompanying music video for the song was directed by Austin Peters and features Smith in a dreamlike state as he wanders through a deserted city. The video is visually stunning and captures the emotion of the song perfectly.

4

Bad Blood

My favorite part of this song is the intro with the synthetic instruments setting the beat for the entire song. Once Smith starts singing, he adds another, less artificial layer to the song. And, as always, the lyrics for this Bastille song are amazing. If this is too slow paced for you, try the Lunice Remix that puts a fun twist on this song.

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Bastille is a British rock band formed in 2010. The band consists of lead vocalist Dan Smith, keyboardist Kyle Simmons, bassist and guitarist Will Farquarson, and drummer Chris Wood. The band is known for its unique sound, which combines elements of alternative rock, indie pop, and electronic music.

"Bad Blood" is one of Bastille's most popular songs, and is featured on their debut album of the same name. The song was released as a single in 2013 and peaked at number four on the UK Singles Chart. It has since become a fan-favorite and has been covered by numerous artists.

The song features a unique blend of synthetic instruments and Dan Smith's vocals. The intro with the synthetic instruments sets the beat for the entire song, and Smith's vocals add an additional layer to the song. The lyrics for this song are also praised for their emotional depth and clever wordplay.

The music video for "Bad Blood" was released in 2013 and was directed by Dave Ma. The video was shot in black and white and features a young girl walking through a cityscape while singing the song. The video has been viewed over one hundred million times on YouTube.

5

Of the Night

This is a remix of one of my favorite '90s songs, “Rhythm of the Night.” It adds a funky techno aspect to the song and brings it into the modern age. Bastille adds their own lyrics to the song to take it to a deeper level and create a song that is their own.

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Bastille is an English indie pop band formed in London in 2010. The band consists of lead vocalist and keyboardist Dan Smith, bassist and backing vocalist Will Farquarson, keyboardist Kyle Simmons, and drummer Chris Wood. The band's name is derived from Bastille Day, which is celebrated on 14 July, the day of Smith's birthday.

Bastille's music style is a mix of indie pop, alternative rock, and electronic music. They are known for their creative and unique sound, which has been described as a blend of “80s pop, modern indie, and electronic influences.” They have released four studio albums, the most recent being Doom Days in 2019.

The song “Of the Night” is a remix of the ‘90s hit song “Rhythm of the Night” originally written by Italian singer-songwriter Corrado Conti. Bastille has added their own lyrics to the song, creating a unique and modern version of the classic. The song has become one of their most popular tracks, and has been featured in several movies and television shows.

6

The Draw

This is one of Bastille’s more intense songs, but that doesn’t make it any less amazing. The repetitive background sets the dark tone of the song that is reinforced by Dan’s deeper voice. Right before the song ends, all hell breaks loose and they stray from their usually soft sound. They take full use of all of their instruments to create a sound that you just have to dance to with your entire body.

7

Flaws (at Abbey Road)

While I absolutely love the original "Flaws," Bastille’s recording of their song at Abbey Road is breathtaking. It includes beautiful violins and shows off just how incredible Dan Smith’s voice is. There is a slight echo in the song, which just adds to how incredible it is. Listen to this version, and you are bound to fall just as in love with Bastille as I am.

Bastille has such a unique sound that you don’t hear too often in music these days. Their instruments and background sound are more synthetic, but they make up for it with pure and simple vocals. Their music has a magical feel to it that anyone can appreciate. What did you think of these best Bastille songs? What are some other Bastille songs you just can’t get out of your head? Do you love Bastille’s music or are you not impressed by them?

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This list is great, however all of their covers and originals are equally amazing (: Those 4 talented British men have consumed my entire life but I'm okay with that :P stormer for life(:

I'm a big fan of bastille! like literally obsessed with them! I had the chance to first listen to them when I mistakenly clicked a link for their music video "things we lost in the fire", I was so amazed by Dan's voice and the music that I ended up googling them and listening to their music for the whole day... since that day I'm a huge" stormer "... My favourite song would be: sleep song... it just fits me!... I don't know what's more impressing their music or the lyrics! Dan always says that he doesn't write about personal stories (would love to though, probably (hopefully) in the next album) but I like to listen to their songs a'd makeup stories in my head xD yeah! I'm a fanfics freak!

what would you do is a cover :) I basically love Bastille more than my own life😂

Why isn't skulls on here????

i like things we lost in the fire a lot which is y im kinda sad it's not in here

I love Laura Palmer too! It's based on a character from the tv show Twin Peaks. It really makes you emotional, he sings about the hours before she died!

I would also say "what would you do" because it's got an amazing text!

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