Foals On World Cafe : World Cafe There's no balcony from which to stage-dive in the World Cafe studio, but the U.K. rock band still lays down an energetic session.
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Foals On World Cafe

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Foals On World Cafe

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Set List

  • "Mountain At My Gates"
  • "Give It All"
  • "A Knife In The Ocean"

Yannis Philippakis, lead singer of the U.K. indie-rock band Foals, is known for leaping off balconies at live shows. Though he didn't have the chance to stage-dive in the World Cafe studio, that didn't stop Foals from recording an amazing session of songs from the group's fourth and latest album, What Went Down.

Though Foals' music is much bigger across the Atlantic, the band's members say they enjoy the challenge of playing in the U.S. Hear their full World Cafe session on this page.

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