Bastille thinks it would be ''horrible'' if they had fame like Britney Spears.
Bastille don't want to be famous.
The 'Good Grief' hitmakers - comprised of Dan Smith, Chris 'Woody' Wood, Will Farquarson and Kyle Simmons - have no interested in being in the limelight and would rather people just focus on their music rather than their private lives.
Frontman Dan, 30, said: ''We feel very lucky, we love making songs, but have no interest in being famous at all. It's great when we play festivals and then be anonymous.
''We don't sit around gobbing off about things so people aren't as interested in us as people, and we're totally fine with that.
''Enough people are interested in our music, and that's what counts.''
Will, who plays keyboard for the indie band, couldn't think of anything worse than having fame like pop superstar Britney Spears.
Recalling a trip to a clothes shop, where the cashier was singing to their song and was oblivious to who he was, Will said: ''I was buying a jacket and a Bastille song was playing and the girl serving me was singing along, but had no idea who I was. That was a great moment.
''If you're Britney Spears everyone knows who you are - fame like that would be horrible.''
Meanwhile, Bastille recently released their second LP 'Wild World' and they believe their album tackles issues that are affecting the world.
Explaining the theme behind their follow-up to 2013's 'Bad Blood', Dan told the Daily Star newspaper: ''The album is about how it feels to be watching the news and be knocked sideways by it. How the f*** do you process the news at the moment?''