With the newly released music video "What Went Down," English indie band Foals seem to be foreshadowing a more aggressive record than we've ever seen from them. Straying from their more melodic, math-rock tendencies, the band seem to taking steps toward a heavier sound. In an interview with NME, here's what frontman Yannis Philippakis had to say:
I wanted to tap into my inner madman and feel like I was channelling some sort of fevered creature. I wanted to relish the mania, and what ended up happening – looking back at certain passages in some songs – is pretty intense in a way that I wouldn't have ever been able to plan.
High energy, cranked guitars, and a series of seemingly disjointed events make up the music video. Everything comes together, however, at the end, and the final scenes make us feel as if we missed a step. Moments of the band performing in a dingy white room are also scattered throughout, and the performance gets more and more chaotic as the music builds.
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Source: Foals YouTube Channel