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Foals Tease Two New Albums For Release In 2019

Thursday, 10 January 2019 Written by Helen Payne

Foals have been teasing new music.

Following a countdown on their Instagram account, the band have confirmed new material will be released this year. They revealed on Twitter that ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost’ will be put out as two separate albums. It will mark the first new material from the Oxford-based band since ‘What Went Down’ back in 2015.

Returning as a four-piece since the departure of bassist Walter Gervers, Yannis Philippakis, Jack Bevan, Jimmy Smith and Edwin Congreave have also shared a trailer for ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost’. Directed by Albert Moya and produced by CANADA, the clip plays a repeated synth melody and an echoing backdrop, harking back to the era of 2013's ‘Holy Fire’.

Foals have recently been confirmed to headline various festivals in North America, South America and Europe, as well as Newcastle’s This Is Tomorrow festival a little closer to home.





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