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Bastille take a look at what people do when they think no one's watching in their new video for 'Joy'

Bastille vs the internet.
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Published: 5:30 pm, May 30, 2019
Bastille take a look at what people do when they think no one's watching in their new video for 'Joy'

Bastille have dropped a new video for their recent mega-hit ‘Joy’.

A cut from the band’s upcoming album ‘Doom Days’ - due 14th June - the vid takes a look at what people get up to when they think no one’s looking, via a series of viral online clips.

Speaking about the video, frontman Dan Smith says: “This video looks at the things that bring us joy when we think no one's looking. Things that are done secretly, maybe compulsively, that we wouldn't want other people to see. What seems strange and unthinkable to one person might bring pleasure to someone else. It's fascinating that most people have a version of themselves they want to show in public - at work or online - and a version they don’t. We wanted to show it all.”

Check out ‘Joy’ below.

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