Foals could start work on a new album, according to drummer Jack Bevan

Jack Bevan with Foals headlining Citadel Festival (Alberto Pezzali / Live4ever)

Jack Bevan with Foals headlining Citadel Festival (Alberto Pezzali / Live4ever)

Foals could start work on a new album earlier than they had expected to after the coronavirus pandemic put an end to their touring plans for this year.

Speaking to The Guardian as part of a feature on the current state of the entertainment industry, drummer Jack Bevan explained that despite the double hit last year of Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost, with time on their hands his band may be able to start afresh once again.

“This is the longest I’ve gone without playing the drums since I was 14. Our initial plan was to spend 2020 touring, then and go back into the studio next year,” he said. “But I think we’ll probably start writing later this year instead, and get back to touring next year – if we’re allowed.”

Part 1 of Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost landed Foals a Mercury Prize nomination in 2019, when Dave was crowned winner thanks to Psychodrama.

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