Bastille Drops Album Release Date Along with New Single

Bastille performing at Reading festival, August, 2017.
Bastille performing at Reading festival, August, 2017. Photo by Richard Isaac/REX/Shutterstock (9026559hn)

The future is coming next February. 

Bastille has confirmed that they will be releasing their fourth studio album on February 4, 2022. The record will serve as a follow-up to 2019’s Doom Day and has been given the title Give Me The Future.

Inspired by the wackiness of living through a pandemic, the “Quarter Past Midnight” band has described the album as “a tribute to humanity in a tech age and reflects on the strangeness of living through times that can feel like science fiction.”

In addition to revealing the release date, Bastille dropped a new single, along with a music video. In fact, the video for “No Bad Days” marks the directorial debut for frontman Dan Smith.

Give Me The Future is set to feature 13 songs in all (including a spoken-word track from Sound of Metal actor, Riz Ahmed) with the first four already out.