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Foals Unveil Record Store Day Single Rain

Wednesday, 09 March 2016 Written by Huw Baines

Foals have unveiled Rain, the a-side of their Record Store Day single.

The song, recorded during sessions for ‘What Went Down’, will be paired with a cover of Mark Ronson and Kevin Parker’s Daffodils for a 7” release on April 16.

Foals will co-headline Reading and Leeds this summer and call at Belsonic in Belfast and Cork’s Live at the Marquee.

 





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