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Fans of the UK synth-rock band Bastille, the name comes from the historical event "the storming of the Bastille".
Guy 1: Wow, did you see the show Bastille played in Boston the other night?
Guy 2: Yeah, the place was LOADED with Stormers!
by Carrot June 22, 2014
Fan of British alternative/indie rock band, Bastille.

Word comes from the storming of the Bastille, which took place on July 14, 1789, the same date as singer Dan Smith's birthday. Ergo, fans call themselves "Stormers" (of the bastille).

Self proclaimed "Stormers" are often those who have delved much farther into the realm of Bastille than the typical fan of their music. Many run blogs dedicated to the music and band members. While not nearly as aggressive as directioners, some stormers are considered fake, as their love for Bastille lies in the singer's attractiveness rather than the band's musical genius.

Overall, a respectful and mature fandom (though many are teenagers), known for their love of music over band members.
Sydney: Do you want to go to the Bastille concert on the 24th?
Grace: I'd love to! Are you a fan of their music?
Sydney: Of course! I'm such a stormer, I practically worship their music (and them).
by soccerhurdler11 December 16, 2014
Someone willing to do whatever it takes to get things done or an example of excellence.
The app is getting mad ratings, it's a real stormer
by Abask December 05, 2014
A bunch of wannabe models / wannabe rugby players who are more worried about their looks than playing the game.
"Hey, you guys don't need to put on so many creams and lotions. We are just going to play some rugby."
"We'll be right there. Just need to style our hair quick."
"Oh my word. You are such a bunch of Stormers."
by Blou Jakkals March 11, 2009
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