Foo Fighters To Take Part In Amazon Music’s “Holiday Plays” Concert Series, Celebrate 25th Anniversary With “Times Like Those” Short Film

Foo Fighters are among the artists that will be performing as part of Amazon Music‘s “Holiday Plays” series. New episodes of that series will air every Tuesday from December 1 to December 15. Foo Fighters will close out the show on December 15 and you can add their set to your watch list HERE. In other news, the band are also celebrating their 25th anniversary with a new short film titled “Times Like Those.” You can check that out below:

Foo Fighters Perform “Shame Shame” On “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert”

Foo Fighters performed their latest single “Shame Shame“ on tonight’s (November 19) episode of “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.” That track is from the band’s new album “Medicine At Midnight,“ which will be released on February 5.

On another note, frontman Dave Grohl also talked about his drum battle with 10-year-old musician Nandi Bushell on the show as well:

Foo Fighters To Perform On “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert”

Foo Fighters will be performing on the November 19 episode of “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.” The band will be promoting their new album “Medicine At Midnight“ (out February 5) on the program.

Foo Fighters Premiere “Shame Shame” Video, Announce Livestream Concert

Foo Fighters have premiered a new video for their latest single “Shame Shame.” This track is from the band’s new album “Medicine At Midnight,” which will be released on February 5. In other news, the band have also announced that they will be playing a livestream concert at The Roxy in Hollywood, CA on November 14. Tickets can be purchased HERE with a portion of the proceeds set to go towards the Sweet Relief Musicians Fund.

Dave Grohl Describes Foo Fighters’ New Album “Medicine At Midnight” As “A Groove-Oriented Sort Of Party Record”

As previously reported, Foo Fighters will be releasing a new album titled “Medicine At Midnight” on February 5, 2021. Now, during a recent interview with SiriusXM’s Alt Nation, frontman Dave Grohl discussed the effort further saying that it is “a groove-oriented sort of party record.”

Grohl said the following:

“It’s our 10th album, and it’s our 25th anniversary. We’re. like, okay, let’s look back at all the stuff that we’ve done before. We’ve made that loud sort of noisy punk rock fast stuff. We’ve made the sleepy acoustic kind of gentle acoustic record stuff. We’ve done the three- or four-minute-long bubblegum rock and roll, pop, single thing before. And it was, like, well, what haven’t we done? And we had never really made a groove-oriented sort of party record.

It’s hard to put the words ‘dance’ or ‘funk’ or ‘disco’ in the same sentence as the FOO FIGHTERS; it scares the shit out of me. But all of us grew up loving rock and roll records that you could like bounce around to, like THE CARS. Like, oh my God, we love THE CARS. Or David Bowie’s ‘Let’s Dance’. Or POWER STATION. Or THE [ROLLING] STONES’ ‘Tattoo You’ — things like that. We’re, like, ‘All right. We’ve never really explored that territory before. Let’s do it.

We’re lucky in that everybody in the band has diverse influences and everybody loves different kinds of music, but I honestly think we’re capable of doing almost anything. So if we put our minds to it, we can kind of chameleon and turn into a death metal band, or we could be like THE CARPENTERS. So we just have to come together and make the decision, like, ‘All right, which way do we wanna go? Which way are we gonna turn the wheel?’ And this time we did it to make this party record.”

He also added the following about the band’s latest single “Shame Shame”:

“That song is not really a party [song]. I mean, it’s got a groove unlike anything we’ve ever done before, and it has a dynamic and a vibe and a tone unlike anything we’ve ever done before, which is why I wanted to release it first. You want to give people some sort of indication, like, ‘Okay, this isn’t exactly like the other nine records. This is moving into another territory.’ It’s not necessarily indicative of all of the other songs, but it does have its place on the record. It serves its purpose. And I love it, because it’s just different than anything we’ve ever done.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Foo Fighters Premiere New Song “Shame Shame”, Reveal Details For New Album “Medicine At Midnight”

Foo Fighters have premiered a new song titled “Shame Shame.” This track is from the band’s new album “Medicine At Midnight,” which will be released on February 5, 2021. Pre-orders for that effort can be found HERE.

“Medicine At Midnight” Track Listing:

01. “Making A Fire”
02. “Shame Shame”
03. “Cloudspotter”
04. “Waiting On A War”
05. “Medicine At Midnight”
06. “No Son Of Mine”
07. “Holding Poison”
08. “Chasing Birds”
09. “Love Dies Young”

This news comes after the group performed “Shame Shame” and their classic track “Times Like These” on “Saturday Night Live” earlier tonight (November 7):

Foo Fighters Tease New Music

Foo Fighters are teasing some new music from their upcoming album. You can find those clips below. As previously reported, the band will also be performing on the November 7 episode of “Saturday Night Live.”

Foo Fighters To Perform On “Saturday Night Live” This Week

Foo Fighters will be serving as the musical guests on the November 7 episode of “Saturday Night Live.” The show will air at 8:30 p.m. PST / 11:30 p.m. EST and it will be hosted by Dave Chappelle.

Foo Fighters Appear To Be Teasing Their New Album

It looks like Foo Fighters have started teasing their new album. A fan recently shared a photo of a sign in Hollywood, CA featuring the band’s logo, along with the Roman numeral for 10.

[via The PRP]

Foo Fighters And Jon Bon Jovi To Perform At “I Will Vote” Concert In Support Of Joe Biden

Foo Fighters and Jon Bon Jovi are among the artists set to perform at tonight’s (October 25) “I Will Vote” concert in support of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. That event will be hosted by George Lopez and Ana Navarro and it will also feature: A$AP Ferg, Sara Bareilles, Aloe Blacc, Black Eyed Peas (with Jennifer Hudson), Cher, Ciara, Darren Criss, Andra Day, Macy Gray, John Legend, Dave Matthews, P!nk, and more. The show will start at 8:00 p.m. ET. and fans can gain access to it by donating at joebiden.com/concert.