ALBUM REVIEW: Foals - Everything not saved will be lost - part 1
Those who are into the alternative scene will be no strangers to this group. In addition to having a lively role in today's rock scene, which is increasingly being driven by other musical genres, Foals has a certain magnetism that not only arrests those who listen to them but also, those who watch them.
This is the Foals' fifth album and was co-produced by Brett Shaw and the band itself. It is a record produced in a phase of renewal and self-discovery as it is their first project since the departure of bassist and founder member Walter Gervers who was part of the band for 12 years and contributed to such masterpieces as "Holy Fire".
The first song of the album, "Moonlight" begins with a simulation of soft angelic vocals joining the clean and transparent voice of the main vocalist Yannis. This resembles a whisper coming from a tunnel, inviting us to travel to a fifth dimension, almost equivalent to being in trance.
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