Directed by Noah Lee, the new visual sees Celeste falling through a rabbit hole and making her way through a surreal twisted hallway.
Bastille's version of the REO Speedwagon classic features the London Contemporary Orchestra, with Dan Smith's vocals recorded at Capitol Studios in L.A.
The song is the eagerly-awaited follow up to Smith's two massive hits, 'How Do You Sleep' and Normani collaboration, 'Dancing With A Stranger'.
Directed by Thomas James, the new clip tells the story of two friends going their own ways after an entire childhood together.
The track also features on Goldblum's new album, 'I Shouldn't Be Telling You This', recorded with The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra.
First released on 31 March 2017, the song quickly amassed close to 28 million plays on Spotify worldwide.
Kiwanuka's new album, titled simply 'KIWANUKA', is set for release on 1 November.
Yesterday, it was also revealed that Fender's debut album, 'Hypersonic Missiles' has gone straight to the top of the Official UK Albums Chart.
The song's original version, which saw Smith team up with Max Martin, Savan Kotecha and ILYA, has become a worldwide hit with 2 million sales globally.
At the time of writing, the song is also on the verge of reaching the one billion mark on YouTube.
The follow-up to the globally successful ‘Dancing With A Stranger’, ‘How Do You Sleep?’ was released on 19 July, through Capitol Records.
The much-acclaimed glam rockers have a new album, 'Easter Is Cancelled' set for release in October.
Cullum says: "I wanted a video that communicated the feeling of life’s experiences playing out in your mind like a surreal slideshow of an unremembered past.”
The album contains all the tracks previously featured on the artist's EP 'Snacks' in addition to six new songs.
The new track is the follow-up to 'Dancing with a Stranger’, which amassed over 6 million copies with over one billion streams.
On its initial release, the album topped the UK chart, peaked at No. 14 on North America’s Billboard 200 and moved over 3 million copies worldwide.