Bastille frontman Dan Smith said he was working on new projects “in the world of film and television.”
The singer recently made her directorial debut with a video inspired by a science fiction film “No bad days”, The final preview of the Bastille’s upcoming fourth album, Give Me The Future (released on February 4th).
during a new interview with The sun the newspaper’s “Strange” column (via Music-News.com), Smith said: “Right now I’m working on a lot of things that use music, but take a lot of steps into the world of film and television.”
He continued: “I grew up with this. I’ve been a very small movie fan since I was growing up and it’s a tool I like, so I’m going to start directing [the ‘No Bad Days’] the video was really great. I’ve always wanted to do that, but we’ve always tried to solve everything.
Describing his entry into the new environment as “eye-opening,” Smith added, “I needed a little more time and space because I didn’t have a tour. Now I want to cry. I want to do it now. “
The frontman then said he hoped to continue film and TV projects and explained, “I would like to work more in this world and I think we live in a time when people are less boxers.”
“No Bad Days,” co-directed by Smith Trash Factory, is a visual. includes science fiction favorite movies. Metropolis, Ex Machina and Matrix. Installation in the lab, the clip sees Smith play a protagonist who uses technology to try to resurrect a lost loved one.
“I’m very happy to be a director in the end and I’m very proud of the little film we made,” Smith said earlier. “I’ve learned a lot and it’s good to be tested in a new way.”
Starting in 2019 “Doomsday”, the upcoming film Give Me the Future is described as “a tribute to humanity in the technological age and a reflection of the strangeness of living in an age that may seem like science fiction”.
The record is recorded as one of the following Here’s a complete list of the 20 most exciting albums of 2022 Here.
The Bastille is designed to showcase its new materials An intimate show at the Earth Theater in London on February 2nd. The special performance is part of the BRITs Week 2022 gig series to help the child of war.
Dan Smith et al. then sets off a trip to the UK arena in April.