News Foals will play ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost - Part 1’ in full at two UK shows

Foals will play ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost - Part 1’ in full at two UK shows

They’ll play Leeds in May and Kingston in June.

After a short run of intimate dates last week, Foals have announced details of two new small shows - this time where they’ll play new album ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost - Part 1’ in full.

The March cover stars - who are also on course to hit the top spot with the record this Friday in the Official Charts - play Leeds’ O2 Academy on 23rd May, and Kingston’s Pryzm on 27th June.

Tickets are on sale from 11am today (12th March).

Read the March cover feature with Foals here.

Foals will play ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost - Part 1’ in full at two UK shows

The band were already confirmed to tour the UK from June, including two Alexandra Palace dates.

MAY
23 Leeds O2 Academy

JUNE
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 Forest
21 London Alexandra Palace
22 London Alexandra Palace
27 Kingston Pryzm

Tickets to the other dates are on sale now.

Edit: The band have added a second date in Kingston, a matinee show on 27th June.

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