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Foals Confirm 'Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost' Release Dates

Monday, 14 January 2019 Written by Helen Payne

Foals have confirmed the release dates for their new albums.

The band have announced via social media that ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Part 1’ is due for out on March 8, while the second installment will arrive in autumn 2019.

It’ll be their first LP since 2015’s ‘What Went Down’, and comes ahead of their festival slots in North America, South America and Europe, as well as a UK performance at Newcastle’s This Is Tomorrow festival.

 





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