Good Grief was released on June 16, 2016, and is the first single from Bastille’s 2016 album, Wild World. Lead singer, Dan Smith teased the song on Twitter prior to release as about being happy in a sad situation and sad in a happy situation.
Watch the video for Good Grief from Bastille's Good Grief for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Bastille is a Grammy award-nominated rock group from South London, England that formed in 2010. Bastille started out as a solo project by singer-songwriter Dan Smith, who later decided to form a band.
The discography of Bastille, a British pop group, consists of three studio albums, seven extended plays, twenty singles and twenty music videos. Originally a solo project by Dan Smith, Bastille was formed in 2010. The band released its debut single "Flaws", "Icarus" in July 2011 on the independent record label Young and Lost Club. An extended play titled Laura Palmer followed later that year.
So, what would you little maniacs like to do first? Watching through my fingers, watching through my fingers Shut my eyes and count to ten It goes in one ear out the other, one ear out the other Burning bright right till the end Now you'll be missing from the photographs, missing from the photographs
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Album · 2016 · 1 Song. Good Grief (Bunker Sessions). Released: Jul 15, 2016. See All. Bad Blood (Bonus Track Version).
The first single from Bastille's Wild World album, the song was released on June 16, 2016. Frontman Dan Smith told NME the story behind the tune: "I love hooks and making big pop songs that hopefully you'll remember, but lyrically I'm drawn to topics that are slightly less well-trodden," he said. Good Grief" is generally used as an exclamation of surprise, shock, or amazement. The term was frequently used in the Peanuts comic strip by Charles M. Schulz. However, in this song the phrase is used literally to describe an euphoric sorrow. I guess it's kinda ironic, isn't it? 'Cause I don't know if there's anything good in the grief process," Smith told ABC Radio regarding the title. And maybe about trying to find that, as well.