Editor’s Note: We have to admit, we’ve had April 19 circled on our calendar for quite some time. That was the date Foals would finally return to Boston, and this past Friday night, the British indie rock band did not disappoint a lively crowd assembled at The House of Blues. In town supporting March’s excellent Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost, Part I album (the companion piece will arrive later this year), Foals took their new record and classic tracks like “My Number” and “Inhaler” to new heights — literally. At one point during the show, frontman Yannis Philippakis climbed up the venue’s balcony and stage dived back into the audience (see Photo 16). It was a fitting display for one of the tallest sounding albums of 2019. Vanyaland’s Emily Gardner was on Lansdowne Street capturing Foals and all their wild momentum, as well as a few looks of openers Preoccupations and Omni, and you can scan through her full gallery, in reverse order of appearance, below.