The new track marks the band's first new material since their highly acclaimed 2019 album, 'Doom Days'.
The track was also successful worldwide, reaching Top 10s in 15 countries worldwide, including the US where it peaked at number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100.
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 hotly-anticipated new advert follows 2018's 'The Boy And The Piano' which featured Elton John.
In its original guise, ‘Another Place’ also appeared on the band’s recent album, 'Doom Days'.
The original version of the song features on Bastille's transatlantic Top 5 album, 'Doom Days'.
In the memorable new clip, which was directed by Zac Ella and Emile Rafael, frontman Dan Smith plays self-help author Dr. Dan Bastille.
The fast-rising Scottish singer will perform his main Glastonbury 2019 set tomorrow, 29 June, over on The Other Stage.
The new clip sees frontman Dan Smith singing from an old sofa while surrounded by a pile of unconscious bodies.
The London band's new album is described as a record “that celebrates real human connections and urges us to keep searching for moments of elation.”
Described as "immersive", the event sees the band join forces with playwright Charlotte Bogard Macleod, who has fused 3D sound and storytelling inspired by 'Doom Days'.
The London outfit's new album is the hotly-anticipated follow up to the chart-topping 'Wild World'.
Haunting and melancholic, the new track’s lyrics reflect the increasingly uncertain 21st Century world around us.
“The mixtapes are a place to respectfully play around with pop,” Bastille's Dan Smith recently said of the series.
The jaunt kicks off at Dublin’s Olympia Theatre on January 27, before touring across the UK and then heading to mainland Europe.