foals

Foals will hit the road on tour next year in support of their sixth studio album ‘Everything not Saved Will Be Lost- Part 2’.

EXTRA DATES ADDED!

Foals 2022 Rescheduled UK Tour Dates:

Edinburgh Usher Hall, 20 April
Edinburgh Usher Hall, 21
Birmingham Utilita Arena, 23
Hull Bonus Arena, 25 April ***EXTRA DATE***
Newcastle O2 City Hall, 26 ***EXTRA DATE***
Brighton Centre, 27 ***EXTRA DATE***
London Olympia, 29
London Olympia, 30
London Olympia, 01 May
London Olympia, 02
Blackpool Empress Ballroom, 05
Blackpool Empress Ballroom, 06
London O2 Academy Brixton, 08
Manchester Castlefield Bowl, 29 June
Leeds Millennium Square, 08

Tickets on sale now and Friday (12 November) at 9am from Gigantic Ticketmaster Ticketweb The Ticket Factory See Tickets (Original tickets remain valid)

Foals have also released new single ‘Wake Me Up’, giving fans a first taste of their eagerly anticipated new album, due out in 2022.

LISTEN TO IT HERE:

The band cancelled their co-headline North American tour with Local Natives due to the coronavirus pandemic. Their spring 2020 UK and European tour dates have now been rescheduled to next year.

Their latest record is the official follow-up to ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1’, which debuted at No.2 on the Official Album Chart. The band’s other previous studio albums include 2008s Antidotes, 2010s Total Life Forever, 2013s Holy Fire and 2015s What Went Down.

At the end of 2019 the Foals unveiled details of ‘Rip Up The Road’, a new documentary and concert film that launched on Amazon Prime Video. The release was accompanied by a live EP available to stream exclusively on Amazon Music as a part of the ongoing Amazon Originals series.

The indie rock band first formed in Oxford back in 2005 and consists of Yannis Philippakis on vocals and guitar, Jimmy Smith on guitar, Jack Bevan on drums and Edwin Congreave on keys. They have headlined and performed at numerous festivals, including Reading and Leeds Festival, Citadel, Glastonbury, Bestival and Parklife.

Image Credit: Edward Cooke

COMMENTS AND VIEWS