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Foals are set to release a new documentary and concert film next month

Titled 'Rip Up The Road', it was filmed over a 12 month period and is set to stream exclusively on Prime Video.
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Published: 10:22 am, October 04, 2019 Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
Foals are set to release a new documentary and concert film next month

Foals are set to release a new documentary and concert film next month.

Titled 'Rip Up The Road', it was filmed over a 12 month period and is set to stream exclusively on Prime Video in over 200 countries and territories. It'll debut on 15th November.

Focusing in on their two shows at London's Alexandra Palace earlier this year, it comes alongside an accompanying 'Rip Up The Road' live EP, which is available to stream exclusively on Amazon Music.

A premiere for the film will take placea t the Rio Cinema, Dalston on Monday November 11th as part of the Doc’n Roll Film Festival, with band members and director Toby L in attendance for a Q&A. Further information on this event - as well as limited tickets - can be found at DICE.

You can check out a trailer for 'Rip Up The Road' below. Foals' second album of 2020, 'Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost', is set to arrive later this month on 18th October.

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