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September 2019

Watch Foals play London's Kew Gardens for BBC Radio 1

The session comes on the eve of new album 'Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Part 1'
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Published: 9:45 pm, March 07, 2019
Watch Foals play London's Kew Gardens for BBC Radio 1

It's a matter of hours until Foals drop their new album, 'Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Part 1', but they've still dropped a new treat to keep us going.

The band have performed a special set at London's Kew Gardens for Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1 show. Featuring four tracks from the record - including the dance-tastic 'In Degrees', alongside classic 'My Number' and a cover of Au/Ra's 'Panic Room', you can check out all the videos below.

With 'Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Part 1' dropping tomorrow (8th March), and a second instalment due later this year, Foals will be hitting the festival circuit this summer. They've also got their own headline tour planned for June. The dates read:

11 Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse
12 Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse
14 Tunbridge Wells, Bedgebury Pinetum
15 Birmingham, Digbeth Arena
16 Birmingham, Digbeth Arena
18 Glasgow, SWG3 Yard
20 Thetford, Thetford Forest
21 London, Alexandra Palace
22 London, Alexandra Palace
26 Bournemouth, International Centre

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