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Foals Debut Music Video For New Single IN DEGREES

Today, Foals share the music video for their new single, “In Degrees,” directed by Aaron Brown (Arctic Monkeys, King Krule), off their most recent album, Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1. With frenetic, clattering percussion and propulsive bass underpinning the band’s urgent energy, “In Degrees” is both a song about faltering interpersonal relationships and an increasingly warming planet.

As lead singer Yannis Philippakis revealed:
“Essentially it’s about when you’re aware of a relationship slowly slipping away, incrementally bit by bit, there’s no a big dramatic moment, but it’s through the slow drifting apart. And also, the actual phrase “in degrees” also got me thinking that it could work on a due level about the environment in a way as well.” Music video director Aaron Brown adds:
“What excited me about the track “In Degrees” was the dance feel that Foals were doing in contrast to the lyrics.

They’ve always had some of that danceability in their music but this track is a no holds barred, make no mistake about it, post-punk, four on the floor, dance track. In contrast to the music though, is a solemn verse and brooding chorus.”

Watch the video here:
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Watch the music video for “In Degrees” here. Purveyors of deep funk, Purple Disco Machine, also provide a remix of the song. Foals’ latest Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1, is out now via Via Warner Bros.

Records. The album is the first of a pair of releases, separate but related, which share a title, themes and artwork, with ‘Part 2′ following in the Autumn. From playing chaotic house parties in their home city of Oxford to becoming major festival headliners across Europe, Foals’ trajectory has been remarkable.

They’ve earned critical acclaim (NME and Q Award wins, plus Mercury Prize, Ivor Novello and BRIT Award nominations) and fan devotion (1.7 million sales of their four Gold-certified albums, plus over half a billion streams at Spotify since 2015) in equal measure. Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1 is now available on all formats here. Profoundly tethered but possessing their own personalities, the two albums capture the most compelling, ambitious and cohesive creations that Foals – completed by Jimmy Smith (guitar), Jack Bevan (drums) and Edwin Congreave (keys) – have ever produced. “They’re two halves of the same locket,” frontman Yannis Philippakis explains. “They can be listened to and appreciated individually, but fundamentally, they are companion pieces.”

Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1 tracklisting:

1. Moonlight
2. Exits
3.

White Onions
4. In Degrees
5. Syrups
6.

On The Luna
7. Cafe D’Athens
8. Surf Pt.1
9.

Sunday
10. I’m Done With The World (& It’s Done With Me) FOALS TOUR DATES
May 15 /// Lausanne, Switzerland /// Les Docks SOLD OUT
May 16 /// Milan, Italy /// Fabrique
May 17 /// Luxembourg, Luxembourg /// Den Atelier SOLD OUT
May 19 /// Amsterdam, Netherlands /// Paradiso SOLD OUT
May 20 /// Berlin, Germany /// Huxleys SOLD OUT
May 23 /// Leeds, United Kingdom /// O2 Leeds Academy SOLD OUT
May 24 /// Newcastle, United Kingdom /// This Is Tomorrow 2019#
May 25 /// Middlesbrough, United Kingdom /// Radio 1’s Big Weekend#
May 26 /// Dundee, United Kingdom /// Fat Sams [Early & Late Show] SOLD OUT
June 5 /// Hamburg, Germany /// Grosse Freiheit SOLD OUT
June 6 /// Aaarhus, Denmark /// Northside Festival#
June 7 – June 9 /// Nurburg, Germany /// Rock Am Ring 2019#
June 7 – June 9 /// Nuremberg, Germany /// Rock im Park#
June 11 /// Manchester, United Kingdom /// O2 Victoria Warehouse SOLD OUT
June 12 /// Manchester, United Kingdom /// O2 Victoria Warehouse SOLD OUT
June 14 /// Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom /// Bedgebury Pinetum
June 15 /// Birmingham, United Kingdom /// Digbeth Arena SOLD OUT
June 16 /// Birmingham, United Kingdom /// Digbeth Arena SOLD OUT
June 18 /// Glasgow, United Kingdom /// SWG3 Galvanizers Yard SOLD OUT
June 20 /// Thetford, United Kingdom /// Thetford Forest
June 21 /// London, United Kingdom /// Alexandra Palace SOLD OUT
June 22 /// London, United Kingdom /// Alexandra Palace SOLD OUT
June 24 – June 25 /// Zagreb, Croatia /// Inmusic Festival#
June 26 /// Bournemouth, United Kingdom /// International Centre
June 27/// Kingston, United Kingdom /// Pryzm [Early & Late Show] SOLD OUT
July 2 /// Dublin, Ireland /// Trinity College
July 5 /// Barcelona, Spain /// Festival Cruilla 2019#
July 6- 7 /// Ewijk, Netherlands /// Down The Rabbit Hole#
Jul 12 /// Auckland, New Zealand /// Town Hall
Jul 13 /// Auckland, New Zealand /// Town Hall
Jul 15 /// Melbourne, Australia /// Margaret Court Arena
Jul 17 /// Sydney, Australia /// Hordern Pavilion
Jul 19-21 /// Byron Bay, Australia /// Splendour In The Grass
Jul 21 /// Perth, Australia /// Metro City
July 25 – 28 /// Pikehall, Derbyshire, UK /// Y Not Festival #
July 26 – 28 /// Hill Farm, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom/// Truck Festival#
July 26 – 28 /// Benidorm, Spain /// Low Festival 2019#
July 31 /// Freiburg, German /// Zelt – Musik- Festival #
August 1 – 3 /// Lustenau, Austria /// Szene Open Air#
Aug 3 /// Katowice, Poland /// Off Festival#
August 7 – 11 /// Newquay, United Kingdom /// Boardmasters#
August 14 /// Bangkok, Thailand /// Moonstar Studio
August 16 /// Osaka, Japan /// Summer Sonic#
August 17 /// Tokyo, Japan /// Summer Sonic#
August 22 – 24 /// Gueret, France /// Check In Party#
August 24 /// Charleville-Mezieres, France /// Le Cabaret Vert
August 25 /// Paris, France /// Rock En Seine#
August 27 /// Kiev, Ukraine /// Art Platform
August 29 /// Moscow, Russia /// Adrenaline Stadium
August 30 /// St.

Petersburg, Russia /// Morze
# Festival Date

Photo Credit: Alex Knowles

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