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Watch: Foals Perform “London Thunder” in CCTV Session

What Went Down Due out This Friday

Aug 24, 2015
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Foals' new album, What Went Down, is due out this Friday (August 28) via Warner Music. Last week the British band shared the 11-minute long What Went Down: Album Sampler video that included snippets of every song on the album backed by either previously shared music video footage or images of the band performing the songs. Now the band has shared a performance of What Went Down track "London Thunder" via a CCTV session video that premiered over at Mashable. Check it out below.  

Previously Foals already shared the album's title track via its video, the audio for "Mountain At My Gates," as well as its Spherical virtual reality video, a remix of "What Went Down" by The Haxan Cloak, the lyric video for the near-7-minute-long "A Knife in the Ocean," and a trailer for Crème Anglaise, which is an album making of documentary that will be included in deluxe editions of What Went Down. Foals also recently covered "Daffodils," a song from Mark Ronson's hit fourth album, Uptown Special (the original also features Kevin Parker from Tame Impala on vocals).

Check out the "London Thunder" video below. Also be sure to pick up Under the Radar's current print issue to read our interview with Foals about What Went Down.



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