Best Songs from Bastille's Wild WorldWild World is the second studio album by British indie pop band Bastille, released on 9 September 2016. The album was co-produced by Mark Crew. The lead single, " Good Grief " was released on 16 June 2016.
The Top Ten
The mix of sadness and joy sets the start of the album at an extremely high starting point.
Definitely should be #1.
Bastille is really amazing, and Good Grief is a perfect example of how talented these artists truly are :).
Amazing Song. This and Power are amazing standouts in a pop leaning album.
Very upbeat and Dan’s vocals in the chorus are quite something!
One of the best on the Lp.
Amazing song! It should be the next single.
Best song ever written. If I had to listen to one song forever, its this one.
The hidden meaning creates a story to this song. Should be around #2.
I love this one.
It's anti Trump lyrics are genius and works as an amazing song.
The best. I love how this song tells a story and the message behind it.
I love all these songs but this one takes the cake!
If you haven't - listen!
In my opinion is this the best song on the album. The mix of the gitar and the Electric sounds is awesome! They als made a awesome version of Warmth at Abbey road studio's.
Best song ever
Absolutely amazing! One of the best songs from Bastille!
Beautiful, poetic, catchy and flawlessly Bastille
As much as It disappoints me that the boys made a version of this album that was exclusive to Target, this song makes it worth it, on so many levels. If you liked 'Lethargy', than you're pretty much bound to love 'Final Hour', as it takes on a very similar tune and sound, but a far greater meaning: a punch to the face that perfectly summarises the ignorance of humanity, and how we find ourselves completely desensitised from any event until we end up on the receiving end.
"Would it keep you awake if it all just didn't seem so far away? "
"Would it keep you awake if the gun you loved was turned at you one day? "
This is classic Bastille
I do not think this one should be number one, but it should be high on the list. Second to last? No. Dan Smith makes the last song on the album great. It is so poetic and generally darker than some of the other tracks on the album. I mean "You are the light that is blinding me; you're the anchor that I tie to my brain, cause when it feels like I'm lost at sea, you're the song I sing again and again. All the time. All the time. I think of you all the time." Need I say more?
So underrated! While I love good grief, this is my favorite.