Bastille Unveil Video for ‘Torn Apart’

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The London four-piece are releasing a brand new mixtape,  called ‘VS. (Other People’s Heartache Pt. III)’ on December 8th. An eight-track offering, the mixtape follows similar footsteps to their previous mixtapes, ‘Other People’s Heartache Pt.I’ and ‘Pt.II’ by mixing  genres, tracks and featuring some top artists.

“With the mixtapes,” offers frontman Dan Smith, “it’s about working with as many people as possible and having fun with people that we know and the friends we’ve made through touring.” Take a look at the tracklisting and you’ll find larger-than-life stars like Haim, Angel Haze and Lizzo alongside the new and raw talents of MNEK, Rag’N’Bone Man, Rationale and Grades.

Having taken a year to put together, Smith describes it as “a patchwork of stuff that we’ve been working on and people we’ve been working with throughout 2014”, the results are bound to take some listeners by surprise. From the distorted string introduction of ‘Fall Into Your Arms’ to the groove-infused guitars of ‘Bite Down’; the heavy hip hop feel of ‘Weapons’ to the surprising final guest on closer ‘Remains’, every track reveals a new facet to one of Britain’s most successful bands.

The first taste of ‘VS.’ comes in the form of new single ‘Torn Apart’ out November 30th. A collaboration with London producer Grades and incendiary rapper Lizzo, it’s a tune of two halves, an imagined heartbreak song with Smith playing the lovelorn narrator and Lizzo taking on the role of venomous cheat.

VS  Tracklisting is:

1. Fall Into Your Arms (vs. The Gemma Sharples Quartet)

2. Bite Down (vs. HAIM)

3. bad_news (vs. MNEK)

4. The Driver

5. Axe To Grind (vs. Tyde vs. Rationale)

6. Torn Apart (vs. GRADES)

7. Torn Apart, Pt. II (vs. GRADES vs. Lizzo)

8. Weapon (vs. Angel Haze vs. F*U*G*Z vs. Braque)

9. Remains (vs. Rag N Bone Man vs. Skunk Anansie)

 

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