Watch Craig David perform with Bastille at the Apple Music Festival in London

Event is celebrating its tenth anniversary

Bastille were joined by Craig David tonight (September 26) at the Apple Music Festival in London.

The singer teamed up with the band for three tracks – hit single ‘Fake It’ from their new Number One album ‘Wild World’, ‘Of The Night’ and David’s 2000 debut single ‘Fill Me In’, the latter of which saw frontman Dan Smith rap on one of the verses. You can watch footage of that track below.

Arriving on stage David declared: “Bastille! Number One album for a reason,” before giant red balloons were released onto the crowd.

During the show, the band also played further tracks from their new album including ‘Good Grief’, ‘An Act Of Kindness’ and ‘Warmth’.

They also played a number of tracks from their debut album ‘Bad Blood’ including the title track ‘Things We Lost In The Fire’ and ‘Flaws’, the latter of which saw frontman Smith dive into the crowd. The show ended with a rousing perfomance of hit single ‘Pompeii’. Watch a clip below.

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Bastille played:

‘Send Them Off!’
‘Laura Palmer’
‘An Act Of Kindness’
‘Four Walls (The Ballad Of Perry Smith)’
‘Good Grief’
‘Bad Blood’
‘Fake It’
‘Fill Me In’
‘Of The Night’
‘Two Evils’
‘Things We Lost In The Fire’
‘The Currents’

Britney Spears will play at the Apple Music Festival tomorrow (September 27), followed by Michael Buble (28) and Chance The Rapper (30).

Previously known as iTunes Festival, the event began with a series of gigs at the intimate ICA in London, where artists included Paul McCartney, Amy Winehouse, The Maccabees, Stereophonics, Crowded House, Editors and Jack Penate.

The following Apple Music Festival 10 shows are at London Roundhouse in September:

Elton John (September 18)
The 1975 (19)
Alicia Keys (20)
OneRepublic (21)
Calvin Harris (23)
Robbie Williams (25)
Bastille (26)
Britney Spears (27)
Michael Buble (28)
Chance The Rapper (30)