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Foals have released an animated new video for 'Into The Surf'

"A little bit of reality with a dose of mystery."
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Published: 11:12 am, October 08, 2019
Foals have released an animated new video for 'Into The Surf'

Foals have released an animated new video for 'Into The Surf'.

It's a track from their second album of the year, 'Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 2', the follow-up to the Mercury Prize-nominated 'Part 1', due on 18th October.

Director Steve Warne comments: “The world of the song is so distinctive it seemed right to try and reflect it fairly closely with a mix of shimmering, expansive visuals with a human intimacy. The visual motifs were linked closely to the lyrics. By mixing traditional stop-motion with live action and digital animation techniques the idea was to aim for something that felt just about tangible but almost out of reach, echoing the themes of the song in a heightened dreamlike way. A little bit of reality with a dose of mystery.”

Check out 'Into The Surf' below.

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