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Foals are gonna play an album launch show at House of Vans

It'll take place on Friday, 18th October.
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Published: 2:25 pm, October 09, 2019
Foals are gonna play an album launch show at House of Vans

Foals are gonna play an album launch show at House of Vans in London.

The night will celebrate the arrival of their second full-length of the year, 'Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 2' on 18th October.

A free event, tickets can be claimed via ballot system at houseofvanslondon.com from 17:00 BST on Tuesday 8th October. The ballot closes on Tuesday 15th October at 16:59pm BST.

Described by frontman Yannis Philippakis as “a rock record” that’s a “heavier listen” than its predecessor, the record follows on from the Mercury Prize-nominated 'Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1'.

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