Thursday evening marked the final and smallest (venue capacity: 125) gig on Foals' North American spring tour. The 50-minute set included a majority of tunes from their debut LP, Antidotes
, alongside non-album favorites such as 'Hummer' & the majestic show closer, 'Mathletics'. Excessively loud, rowdy and feral, the entire production was easily the most intense experience I've ever had at Brooklyn's hotspot, Union Hall. If their first-ever US gig was electrifying
& their Bowery premiere was brilliant
, then my third episode with Foals could simply be described as tremendous. Watch Sup Mag's
videos from the show here.
Visit Foals at their official MySpace page.
Enjoy 'Balloons' + another photo below.MP3: Foals - Balloons
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