Formed in London in 2010, indie pop 4 piece rock band Bastille burst onto the pop scene in 2013 with their debut album, Bad Blood, one of Britain’s biggest selling digital album of that year going straight to number one. The following year they won British Breakthrough Act at the 2014 Brit Awards. Their triumphant fourth single Pompeii was one of the catchiest tunes of the decade, spending an incredible 92 weeks in the Billboard Hot 100, going five times platinum in the US.
2017 saw the release of their second album Wild World solidifying Bastille’s global stardom status.
This year founder, frontman and songwriter Dan Smith has donated pair of UK size 11 deep red high top Converse trainers.