Foals post first picture from the studio as they begin recording follow-up to ‘Holy Fire’

Band share studio update on first day of recording

Foals have posted a picture from their studio as they begin work on new material.

The picture, which can be seen below, shows a guitar sitting on top of a synthesizer and piano. The shot was first posted by guitarist Jimmy Smith and was accompanied by the caption: “It starts……”

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It starts…….⚡️ #regram @jimmyfoals

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Foals recently announced that they were planning to take a break from playing live for 18 months after headlining Bestival on the Isle of Wight in September. The band said they would regroup in that time to work on the follow-up to 2013 album ‘Holy Fire’.

Meanwhile, Hudson Mohawke revealed in a recent NME interview that he is working on a new project with Foals frontman Yannis Philippakis.


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