Bastille Insist The Nudity In New Video Isn’t ‘Gratuitous’
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Bastille insist that the nudity in their new music video for the song "Good Grief" is not "gratuitous," according to NME.
Bastille insist that the nudity in their new music video for the song “Good Grief” is not “gratuitous,” according to NME.
A few of the clips within the music video show female nudity and some fans have voiced their concerns in the comments section on YouTube.
“The video is all about surrealism. It’s an extended dream sequence. It’s been really interesting reading comments from my perspective,” frontman Dan Smith told Digital Spy. “Some people are bringing up the nudity and other people are immediately jumping to its defence saying it’s not sexualised and it doesn’t feel exploitative.”
The video for “Good Grief,” the first track on the band’s upcoming album, Wild World, debuted on June 22.
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