Rip Up The Road will be premiered at London's Doc’n Roll Film Festival on 11 November, and will be released through Amazon Prime Video later that week.

The synopsis of the documentary reads: "Rip Up The Road is a new documentary and concert film capturing a very specific snapshot of one of our generation’s most beloved and progressive bands, Foals. Filmed over a 12-month period as the band embarked upon a world tour, the film, exclusive to Prime Video in over 200 countries and territories worldwide, hones in on two career highlight shows at London’s Alexandra Palace."

Foals' new documentary is directed by Toby L, and the trailer arrives with a four-track EP titled Rip Up The Road: Live From London Alexandra Palace - available now on Amazon Music.

The band are currently prepping to release their second album of 2019, Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost - Part 2 later this month. So far they've shared "Into The Surf", "The Runner", and "Black Bull".

Foals' first album of the year, Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost - Part 1, which dropped back in March, was nominated for the 2019 Mercury Prize award.

The new Foals documentary Rip Up The Road will be available to watch via Amazon Prime Videon on 15 November. Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 2 lands 18 October via Warner Records, and is available to pre-order now.