Foals

Fairview Park, Monday 27th June

Foals have just announced their much-anticipated live return to Ireland with a special outdoor performance under canvas at Fairview Park, Dublin on June 27th 2022.

Ambitious in scale and execution, Foals’ two-part album ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost’ took them to new heights as they shot to #1 on the Official Album Charts for the first time and earned the BRIT Award for Best Group. Now Foals share their brand new single ‘Wake Me Up’ as the first taste of their eagerly anticipated new album, which will follow in 2022.

A pared-back counterpoint to the sheer scale of ‘Everything Not Saved…’, ‘Wake Me Up’ shimmers with choppy, Chic-esque guitars, tight syncopated rhythms and Foals’ prototype flair for punchy, insistent hooks. It feels like a natural evolution, blending fresh influences with echoes of their roots as purveyors of rambunctious house party chaos.


Date:
Monday 27th June
Time:
7.00pm
Price:
€49.90
Address:
Fairview Park, Fairview, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Fairview Park, Fairview, Dublin, Ireland

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