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Foals Have Big Plans for 2019

Two albums, a long tour and a return to the spotlight.

Stephanie Hernandez

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Along with the release of the Foals new single “Exits” earlier this month came the announcement of two new albums for 2019.

Releasing the first single from the upcoming Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Part 1 (set to drop March 8th) was good news for fans awaiting new music since the Foals last release, 2015’s What Went Down.

The news didn’t end there, however, as the band shared plans for a 2019 shows, starting March 16th at Vive Latino Festival in Mexico City, Mexico.

A tour will kick off on March 18th in Vancouver, Canada, with 22 headlining dates in North America to follow, with key shows in Seattle, Los Angeles, Detroit, and Chicago. The Foals will tour the West Coast and Midwest before winding up at the Shaky Knees Festival in Atlanta, GA.

The tour is set to continue through Europe, with shows across the continent, including on the Foals’ home turf in England, before wrapping up with some festival dates in early August in Austria. 

The band is set to release Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Part 2 after the touring cycle concludes. 

For now there is the release of “Exits” and an accompanying full length music video.

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"Man I promise, she's so self-conscious..." about her writing. After 32 years of life, this transplant from Vegas moved to Austin, Texas to pursue her dreams of writing about music. In an attempt to quell the insatiable appetite her life has for music, she chose the live music capital of the world. Just another weirdo to keep Austin weird! You will often find her in the most obscure of dive bars in anticipation of that moment between the artist and audience, where the connection is most apparent. You know, the moment right before the artist comes out and both audience and artist share a deep breath, in unison, in anticipation of the show's direction. That is her definition of adventure. She is constantly in search of new music and treasures those true friends that send recommendations her way! When not going to shows, she spends her downtime curating new playlists for her many moods and friends. She would still make mix tapes if possible, but sadly no longer owns a cassette tape player. Life goal #1: to attend as many, if not all, music festivals in this lifetime.

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