Jun 2

Local Natives and Foals w/ special guests Cherry Glazerr

Red Hat Amphitheater
Red Hat Amphitheater
Foals and Local Natives with Cherry Glazier
June 2, 2020 | Tuesday
8:00 PM
Foals and Local Natives with Cherry Glazier

Local Natives and Foals with special guests Cherry Glazerr will bring their 2020 co-headline tour to Red Hat Amphitheater Raleigh June 2. Tickets go on sale Friday, November 15 10am at livenation.com, the Duke Energy Center box office, and Ticketmaster.

 

About Local Natives:

Earlier this year, Local Natives released their critically acclaimed fourth album,  Violet Street  via Loma Vista. The soaring, blissful and introspective new album features singles including “lush and searching” (Stereogum) “When Am I Gonna Lose You,” whose cinematic video starred Kate Mara and was performed by the band on Ellen; “Café Amarillo,” which FADER hailed for “illustrating a sort of emotional purgatory;” and “Tap Dancer” that Brooklyn Vegan praised for its “elegiac ache.” The band wrapped their nearly sold out cross country North American tour earlier this fall with Austin American Statesman praising their “unadulterated energy” at one recent show. 

 

About Foals:

Foals recently released Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 2  via Warner Records.  The album completes the artistic statement and striking state-of-the-world-address of Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1, and the Associated Press says “these batch of songs prove Foals to be at the top of their game, making complex, brilliant music.” Part 2  was #1 on the UK album charts & Part 1 was shortlisted for The Mercury Prize. The album is available on CD, digital and vinyl formats here. Special editions include orange vinyl available exclusively through indie stores and a picture disc which is designed to be added to the Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Collector’s Edition boxset.

Collectively, Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost is symbolic of Foals’ trajectory so far. From playing chaotic house parties in their home city of Oxford to becoming major festival headliners across Europe, they’ve earned critical acclaim (NME and Q Award wins, plus Mercury Prize, Ivor Novello and BRIT Award nominations) and fan devotion (1.7 million album sales, plus over half a billion streams at Spotify since 2015) in equal measure.