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Foals are teasing 'Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost' for 2019 - and it looks like it'll be two albums

Whatever we're about to get, it'll come in two parts.
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Published: 10:11 am, January 09, 2019
Foals are teasing 'Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost' for 2019 - and it looks like it'll be two albums

After yesterday's countdown conundrum, Foals are continuing their teasing with an enigmatic video clip.

The short montage teases something titled 'Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost', which an accompanying message suggests will come in two parts, and in 2019.

If that means a two part album, or something else entirely, remains unclear. The video contains footage of a person on fire, and a woman running in the snow.

We should know more later this afternoon, when the band's teased countdown comes to an end, and can probably expect at least the first instalment of whatever they have planned before a run of festival dates already announced for the summer.

UPDATE: A reply from the band on Instagram suggests it will indeed be two separate albums. 'Blimey'.

Foals are teasing 'Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost' for 2019 - and it looks like it'll be two albums

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Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Part 1 Part 2 2019

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