Lead singer Matthew Shultz sat down with Radio.com to talk about the group’s upcoming tour with Foals, and reveals the side effects of the wild stage dives he’s become known for.
We presented the three groups of musicians with a conceit: should art stand on it’s own or would they prefer to create, craft and participate in the stories told about their art?
With success, Foals finds themselves in a precarious position. The bigger the audience, the harder it is to actually connect with fans, and themselves.
For their latest record, “Holy Fire,” Foals have made a lot of moves. But while the pieces seem in perfectly in place for a major breakthrough, the band says they’re artists first.
What started as a joke quickly became the chore of the band’s intern, who would find himself visiting numerous butcher shops in search of bones.
In the definitely NSFW video, viewers are given a too-close-for-comfort look at several sexual scenarios going on simultaneously in a Romanian apartment building.
During an exclusive interview with Radio.com, British buzz band Foals discussed “Inhaler,” the first single from their recently released third studio album Holy Fire, and what they were trying to achieve when they recorded the […]