Bastille Performs Orchestral Version of “Warmth” in New Live Video

ABC/Randy HolmesBastille has released a live video for their song "Warmth," a track from the band's sophomore album, Wild World.

For the performance, which was recorded at Capitol Studios in Los Angeles, Bastille stripped back some of the song's electronic elements while also adding a string section. You can watch the "Warmth" video now via

"To us, 'Warmth' is the centerpiece of Wild World," said frontman Dan Smith. "It's a song about watching the news and seeing things unfurl across the world that seem kind of mad and overwhelming, and so turning off the TV, going out and losing yourself in someone because you don't know how else to react. It's a song that has kept ringing more and more true as we've played it throughout the year."

"We wanted to strip 'Warmth' back to present it in a way that shows off the emotion of the song, and we were lucky enough to record this version at the legendary Capitol Studios with a brilliant strings section," he adds. "It's great to finally be able to release it because it's an important song to us and we're really proud of this."

Bastille will be touring arenas across North America next year in support of Wild World starting March 24 in Toronto.  Tonight, they're playing an intimate one-off New York City show.

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