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Holy Fire this is Amazing. Foals are back.

Foals return with a new sound for their third album, Holy Fire. It's grittier, yet melodic. Dirtier, yet beautiful. Different, yet exactly what you'd expect from Foals. Although it doesn't quite leave the same first impression their previous albums do, KEEP LISTENING, it will grow on you very quickly. You'll be humming and singing along in no time. The whole album is stunning, from the harder-hitting "Inhaler" to the more catchy "My Number" and "Out of the Woods" and of course the more grandeur sounding "Late Night" and "Moon". Holy Fire is simply stunning

Nice first track

Gets me excited for the new album. It grows on me more with each listen.

Musically the versus are very funky, and the force behind the chorus reminds me of Matheltics. Can't wait to hear more from the new album.

Track by track review EPICNESS!!

I'm having sex with this album!!
If this isn't Foals' pop classic or their art masterpiece, they're having a huge amount of fun squaring that circle.

- Prelude (8/10): The album starts soft, it's going to be probably the only skippable track. It's just a prelude.
- Inhaler (10/10): Hope you'll have listen to this track, if not, what a hell are you waiting for. The single is just epic.
- My number (10/10): Just a pop classic, this song will stick in your head for the rest of the year.
- Bad Habit (8.5/10): Foals pushes the intensity a bit lower with this track, still pretty good.
- Everytime (9/10): Following the same pase as the previous song, the first half of the album is building itself. The chorus its pretty catchy.
- Late Night (10/10): Guys we are in the middle of a masterpiece, and this had to be intense. Starts really slow, but it builds itself to intense vocals at the end. One of the best tracks.
- Out of the Woods (9/10): Starts building the intensity right again, this is classic foals and a perfect introductory song for the next two songs, that will kill you instantly.
- Milk & Black Spiders (10/10): F**k!! this is just probably one of the best songs in their whole catalogue, the songs builds up to a crazy finale that will may put you to tears. If you don't get moved by the whole song, stop reading and go listen to Justin Bieber.
- Providence (10/10): Yannis is telling us in this song, that Foals roots are intact. This is probably going to be an inmense hit LIVE! The only thing you want to do with this song, is jump and dance. Another massive hit!!
- Stepson (8.5/10): There was to much craziness in the last 3 songs. Foals gives you a slow pace Total Life Forever song. Still pretty amazing.
- Moon (10/10): Holy Fire ends up with a super slow pace Spanish Sahara type (without the epicness in the end) which summarizes and amazing journey, the song itself its one of the best of the record.

- Overall (9.4/10) This is truly their best work. If this is your first time in the Foals experience, you won't be dessapointed at all, and surely can predict you will go immediately to buy the rest of their catalogue (Antidotes, Total Life Forever)



Formed: 2005 in Oxford, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in Oxford, England, by longtime friends Yannis Philippakis (guitar) and Jack Bevan (drums), along with Andrew Mears on vocals, guitarist Jimmy Smith, and bassist Walter Gervers, Foals — whose name is a play on the etymology of Philippakis' name — began as a way to protest against the proggier sounds that were both popular in Oxford and in Philippakis and Bevan's former band, the Edmund Fitzgerald. After releasing the single "Try This on Your Piano" in 2006, Mears left Foals in...
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