Foals have shared another new album banger, ‘Looking High’

It's taken from their forthcoming full-length 'Life Is Yours'.

Foals have returned with another track from their forthcoming album ‘Life Is Yours’.

‘Looking High’ follows on from the previously shared ‘Wake Me Up’ and ‘2am’ in previewing the new record, set to arrive on 17th June.

Speaking about the track, frontman Yannis Philippakis explains: This is looking back to a more hedonistic time in my life, and a more innocent time in society in general, pre-pandemic and before the existential threat of climate change. It takes place in an alley in Oxford with two clubs – The Cellar and The Wheatsheaf – that all the city’s nightlife gravitated towards. It was before clubs started to close down and our cities started to change into more corporate, arid places. There’s an element of being haunted by nightlife that’s no longer there.”

The band have also announced that they’ll be releasing a new vinyl repress of their debut album ‘Antidotes’ to commemorate the 14th anniversary of its release.

Foals are set to hit the road later this month. You can catch them at:

APRIL
20 – Edinburgh, Usher Hall
21 – Edinburgh, Usher Hall
23 – Birmingham, Utilita Arena
25 – Hull, Bonus Arena
26 – Newcastle, O2 City Hall
27 – Brighton, Centre
29 – London, Olympia
30 – London, Olympia

MAY
1 – London, Olympia
2 – London, Olympia
5 – Blackpool, Empress Ballroom
6 – Blackpool, Empress Ballroom
8 – London, O2 Academy Brixton
29 – Coventry, Radio 1’s Big Weekend

JUNE
22 – 26th – Glastonbury
27 – Dublin, Fairview Park
29 – Manchester, Castlefield Bowl, Sounds of the City

JULY
8 – Leeds, Millennium Square, Sounds of the City
9 – Glasgow, TRSNMT
23 – Latitude Festival

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