Marshmello and Bastille perform during ‘The Voice’ finale
The Voice is one of the most-watched musical reality shows around the world. It always reveals new talents and relives old songs through incredible performances. Celebrating new hits or giving us brilliant reinterpretations, the final of this year’s series was no different. To make this final much more special, DJ/producer Marshmello and the band Bastille were invited to the final of the season and performed their song ‘Happier‘.
Full of feeling and able to provoke good emotions, like the music video, the song was performed with Marshmello playing electronic drums, showing that he possesses true musical talent and with the members of Bastille doing what they do best. In addition to the masked DJ and band, finalists Kennedy Holmes, Chevel Shepherd, Chris Kroeze, Kirk Jay, their technicians and guests such as John Legend and Esperanza Spalding also performed and at the end of the evening, only one was consecrated the great champion.
The choice of ‘Happier’ to be presented in The Voice enshrines the great success of the song. The year 2018 was in fact a great year for Mello and ends with his performance on TV, only showing that keeping his identity secret does not hamper in any way the success he can achieve.