British rockers Foals are about to follow their latest album Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Pt 1 with its second part, Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Pt 2, two albums bathed in bleakness and showcasing the dystopic world that will result if we allow ourselves to be suffer an environmental collapse.
Songs like Exits, Black Bull and The Runner all depict themes of social anxiety and paranoia, but when you're dealt with negativity, you can try to find the positives and that's what Foals did when they were in Australia recently.
We caught up with the band's Jack Bevan and Jimmy Smith while they were in town for Splendour In The Grass and helped them adopt a koala - or if you're into puns, a Foala.
Pipin resides at Wildlife HQ in Queensland and has fallen victim to deforestation and climate change, but thankfully the lads' adoption of Pipin will keep her safe for the foreseeable future.
Check out our video below of the boys telling us about adopting Pipin - we couldn't get them over to Queensland to see Pipin IRL, but we think this fluffy replacement does the trick.
Foals will be dropping Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Pt on October 18th, but in the meantime, get across their latest single The Runner.