Bastille Releases ‘Blame’ Video and It’s Cult-Like and Eerie — Watch


British indie pop band Bastille has been playing their song ‘Blame‘ at gigs all over the world since 2013. But, until recently, it was one of the band’s unreleased songs.

Not anymore, though, as Bastille included ‘Blame‘ on their recently released second studio album Wild World, and it’s a good one.

Today, the band has also released the official video for ‘Blame‘, a video centered around a cult-like group of people being baptized by placing their faces in a bowl of water and kissing a submerged mouth. Eerie, to say the least, and a beautiful representation of how easily people can be manipulated when it comes to group dynamics.

The video was directed by Elliott Sellers, who has already done some amazing work for Mike Posner, Imagine Dragons and Crystal Fighters. The video for Bastille’s ‘Blame‘ is another work of art.

Watch the official video for ‘Blame‘ below. You can pick up Bastille’s Wild World album on┬ámost major music sites.

About Michelle Topham

Brit-American journalist based in Austria, former radio DJ at 97X WOXY, and Founder/CEO of Leo Sigh. I've covered anime, manga, K-drama and music news for over a decade.