Watch Foals' Colorful, Dancey New Video for "In Degrees"

Come for the grooves, stay for Yannis Philippakis' sweet shirt

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Watch Foals' Colorful, Dancey New Video for "In Degrees"

British indie rockers Foals took to the web Wednesday to share a music video for “In Degrees,” a cut from their recent album Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost—Part 1. The dancey track is effectively paired with a music video from Aaron Brown, who has previously worked with the likes of Arctic Monkeys and King Krule.

In the video, Foals play the track in two venues, one a naturalistic amphitheater and the other a heavily saturated, moody club space, both shot in Brazil. Across both venues, lead singer Yannis Philippakis emotively sings, effectively plays the shaker and effortlessly wears an absolutely sick shirt, showing the versatility of the band’s musical and aesthetic style.

Brown notes that he was drawn to direct the video for “In Degrees” since it is a “post-punk, four on the floor, dance track.” This style of music is found all over Foals’ discography, and will likely be found on the band’s follow-up album, Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost—Part 2, set for a release sometime this fall.

Get your indie mosh on with the “In Degrees” video below, and keep scrolling to listen to Foals’ 2008 Daytrotter session, as well as to see an updated list of their summer tour dates.

Foals Tour Dates:

May
16 – Milan, Italy @ Fabrique
17 – Luxembourg, Luxembourg @ Den Atelier SOLD OUT
19 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Paradiso SOLD OUT
20 – Berlin, Germany @ Huxleys SOLD OUT
23 – Leeds, United Kingdom @ O2 Leeds Academy SOLD OUT
24 – Newcastle, United Kingdom @ This Is Tomorrow 2019#
25 – Middlesbrough, United Kingdom @ Radio 1’s Big Weekend#
26 – Dundee, United Kingdom @ Fat Sams [Early & Late Show] SOLD OUT

June
05 – Hamburg, Germany @ Grosse Freiheit SOLD OUT
06 – Aaarhus, Denmark @ Northside Festival#
07-09 – Nuremberg, Germany @ Rock im Park#
11 – Manchester, United Kingdom @ O2 Victoria Warehouse SOLD OUT
12 – Manchester, United Kingdom @ O2 Victoria Warehouse SOLD OUT
14 – Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom @ Bedgebury Pinetum
15 – Birmingham, United Kingdom @ Digbeth Arena SOLD OUT
16 – Birmingham, United Kingdom @ Digbeth Arena SOLD OUT
18 – Glasgow, United Kingdom @ SWG3 Galvanizers Yard SOLD OUT
20 – Thetford, United Kingdom @ Thetford Forest
21 – London, United Kingdom @ Alexandra Palace SOLD OUT
22 – London, United Kingdom @ Alexandra Palace SOLD OUT
2-25 – Zagreb, Croatia @ Inmusic Festival#
26 – Bournemouth, United Kingdom @ International Centre
27 – Kingston, United Kingdom @ Pryzm [Early & Late Show] SOLD OUT

July
02 – Dublin, Ireland @ Trinity College
05 – Barcelona, Spain @ Festival Cruïlla 2019#
06-07 – Ewijk, Netherlands @ Down The Rabbit Hole#
12 – Auckland, New Zealand @ Town Hall
13 – Auckland, New Zealand @ Town Hall
15 – Melbourne, Australia @ Margaret Court Arena
17 – Sydney, Australia @ Hordern Pavilion
19-21 – Byron Bay, Australia @ Splendour In The Grass
21 – Perth, Australia @ Metro City
25-28 – Pikehall, Derbyshire, UK @ Y Not Festival #
26-28 – Hill Farm, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom @ Truck Festival#
26-28 – Benidorm, Spain @ Low Festival 2019#
31 – Freiburg, German @ Zelt – Musik- Festival #

August
01-03 – Lustenau, Austria @ Szene Open Air#
03 – Katowice, Poland @ Off Festival#
07-11 – Newquay, United Kingdom @ Boardmasters#
14 – Bangkok, Thailand @ Moonstar Studio
16 – Osaka, Japan @ Summer Sonic#
17 – Tokyo, Japan @ Summer Sonic#
22 – 24 – Gueret, France @ Check In Party#
24 – Charleville-Mézières, France @ Le Cabaret Vert
25 – Paris, France @ Rock En Seine#
27 – Kiev, Ukraine @ Art Platform
29 – Moscow, Russia @ Adrenaline Stadium
30 – St. Petersburg, Russia @ Morze

(# – Festival Date)

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