London outfit Bastille is blazing through the festival circuit this summer, and ahead of their performance at the UK's Glastonbury festival this weekend, the band has shared the very non-linear video for "Good Grief." You can watch the visual whirlwind above.
"Good Grief" is the lead single from the band's forthcoming album Wild World. Dan Smith, Bastille's lead vocalist and songwriter, shared a statement along with the video, which he says was shot in Madrid:
"It is like a mad visual Rubik's cube that takes a load of archetypal narrative scenarios and then twists and collides them together. We wanted to make something fun and chaotic and surreal that would serve as a fittingly odd accompaniment to the song."
The band announced Wild World on June 2 with an ethereal video teaser. It will be released later this year, after the band completes various tour dates across North America and Europe:
Good evening you lot. We're massively excited to announce our second album "WILD WORLD" https://t.co/pZqLWEFTki— BASTILLE (@bastilledan) June 2, 2016
Watch Fuse chat with Bastille below: