During a performance for Jo Wiley’s BBC Radio 2 “Sofa Session,” Foo Fighters played a cover of the Bee Gees’ “You Should Be Dancing.” A preview of that can be found below. The full track can also be heard HERE for a limited time.
Foo Fighters have shared a live in-studio performance of their song “Making A Fire.” The clip was filmed at Dave Grohl‘s Studio 606. The track appears on the band’s latest album “Medicine At Midnight.”
Foo Fighters performed their song “Waiting On A War” during last night’s (February 8) episode of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” That track is from the band’s latest album “Medicine At Midnight.” On another note, Dave Grohl also appeared as a guest on the show and discussed a variety of topics including being rejected by David Bowie, the difficulties of drumming and singing at the same time, and more.
Foo Fighters have premiered a new video for their song “No Son Of Mine.” This track is from the band’s new album “Medicine At Midnight,” which was released yesterday (February 5). Frontman Dave Grohl previously said the following about the song:
“This is the kind of song that just resides in all of us and if it makes sense at the time, we let it out. Lyrically, it’s meant to poke at the hypocrisy of self righteous leaders, people that are guilty of committing the crimes they’re supposedly against…”
Foo Fighters recently celebrated the release of their new album “Medicine At Midnight” with a performance at the SiriusXM Garage in Los Angeles, CA. The show aired earlier tonight (February 5) on SiriusXM’s Foo Fighters Radio and footage of “Cloudspotter,” “Honey Bee” (Tom Petty cover), and “Best Of You” from the set can be seen below:
Foo Fighters will be the musical guests on the February 8 episode of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” The band will be on the show to promote their new album “Medicine At Midnight,“ which will be released on February 5.
In celebration of their new album “Medicine At Midnight” (out February 5), Foo Fighters will be teaming up with SiriusXM to launch “Foo Fighters Radio.” The limited-engagement station will be available from February 3 to April 4 via channel 105.
“Foo Fighters Radio” will find the band “sharing insight into their new album and the stories behind some of their biggest songs, demos, B-sides, and rarities throughout their more than two-decade career.” It will also feature guest DJs, past live sets from the band, a rebroadcast of “Dave Grohl Presents Sound City,” and more.
A special track-by-track premiere of “Medicine At Midnight” will air on “Foo Fighters Radio” on February 5 at midnight. On the same day, the band will also be playing a virtual “LIVE from the SiriusXM Garage” show at 5 p.m. PT and ET. SiriusXM’s Kat Corbett will host that event and some subscribers will have the opportunity to be in a virtual audience.
Furthermore, Foo Fighters will be taking over three Pandora stations, Today’s Alternative, Today’s Hard Rock, and Foo Fighters radio, starting on February 5 as part of a new listening Mode called “Backstage With Foo Fighters.” That will be curated and hosted by the band.
Last night (January 20), Foo Fighters performed “Times Like These” during the “Celebrating America” inauguration special, which was held in honor of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. Frontman Dave Grohl dedicated the performance to “all of our unshakable teachers who continue to enlighten our nation’s students every day.”
Foo Fighters have premiered a new video for their song “Waiting On A War.” This track is from the band’s new album “Medicine At Midnight,” which will be released on February 5.
Dave Grohl previously said the following about the song:
“As a child growing up in the suburbs of Washington DC, I was always afraid of war. I had nightmares of missiles in the sky and soldiers in my backyard, most likely brought upon by the political tension of the early 1980’s and my proximity to the Nation’s Capitol. My youth was spent under the dark cloud of a hopeless future.
Last fall, as I was driving my 11 year old daughter to school, she turned to me and asked, “Daddy, is there going to be a war?” My heart sank in my chest as I looked into her innocent eyes, because I realized that she was now living under that same dark cloud of a hopeless future that I had felt 40 years ago.
I wrote “Waiting On a War” that day.
Everyday waiting for the sky to fall. Is there more to this than that? Is there more to this than just waiting on a war? Because I need more. We all do.
This song was written for my daughter, Harper, who deserves a future, just as every child does.
Foo Fighters performed “Waiting On A War” and “No Son Of Mine“ on last night’s (January 14) episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!.” You can see footage of that below. Both tracks are from the band’s new album “Medicine At Midnight,“ which will be released on February 5.