Foals unveil blood-splattered NSFW video for 'Late Night' - watch

The single comes from their acclaimed third album 'Holy Fire'

Foals have unveiled the video for their new single, 'Late Night'.

Featuring sex, nudity, death, childbirth and quite a bit of blood, the NSFW video was directed by Nabil and shot on location in Romania. Click above to watch.

Foals recently said that Enter Shikari can "go fuck themselves". The band made the comment on Twitter last month, after Rou Reynolds of Enter Shikari had claimed that Foals' performance at the NME Awards had put him into a "deep sleep".

Tweeting from the awards, Reynolds wrote: "Foals just played and now our managers had to take the decisive action of ordering shots to wrench us out of the deep sleep they put us in."

The lead singer chipped in again later on, stating: "I loved Oasis/Blur/Manics as a kid, but the indie bands of today... man I swear they don't compare whatsoever. #SoundingOld"

Reynolds later went on to defend his outspoken comments after fans of Foals criticised him. Reynolds said: "I make a joke about a band I'm not into. Cue irate insults & anger. These people obviously respect my opinion a great deal to be so moved!"

Foals are currently finishing up their UK tour. They play:

Bristol 02 Academy (March 11)
Nottingham Rock City (12)
Portsmouth Pyramid (13)


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