Yannis Philippakis is a Greek singer with a net worth of three million. Yannis Philippakis came into this world in Karpathos, Greece in April 1986. He's famous to be the lead singer of the British indie rock band Foals. Yannis formed the band in 2005 and their debut studio album Antidotes was launched in 2008. The album was certified Gold & reached #3 in the UK. The band's next album Total Life Forever was launched in 2010 and was also certified Gold & reached #8 in the UK. Their third studio album Holy Fire was launched in 2013. It was certified Gold in the UK where it reached #2 as well as reached #1 in Australia. The band's fourth album What Went Down was launched in August 2015. Foals' "Hummer" is included by popular singles, "Mathletics", "Balloons", "Cassius", "Red Socks Pugie", "Late Night", "My Number", "Inhaler", "Miami", "This Orient", "Spanish Sahara", "Olympic Airways", and "Bad Habit".
Yannis Philippakis Top Mentions:
- The Maccabees' Felix White to perform with Foals at Mercury Music Prize awards after Yannis Philippakis' "run in with a knife"
- The Story Continues: Yannis Philippakis On Foals' Creative Vitality
- Foals frontman Yannis Philippakis: I fell for stage invader
- Foals cancel festival appearance as Yannis Philippakis has a “run in with a knife”
- My London: Yannis Philippakis