As the Foo Fighters continue to ramp up the excitement ahead of the release of their upcoming 11th studio album, the band has dropped another new single to keep fans satiated until summer.
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Following up the April album tease “Rescued,” the Foo Fighters have revealed their next But Here We Are single, “Under You,” described by the band themselves as “an aggressively melodic punk-tinged earworm,” and surely one to scream along to during their upcoming live dates.
Foo Fighters return with new music and new tour dates this year after the devastating loss of drummer Taylor Hawkins back in 2022. Aside from their ever-growing list of headlining dates, the band is also set to perform at a number of festivals, including Boston Calling festival over Memorial Day Weekend May 26-28, the Harley-Davidson Homecoming festival July 13-16 in Milwaukee, WI, New Jersey's Sea.Hear.Now. festival September 16-17, and Chicago's Riot Fest, September 15-17.
Along with the new single comes the announcement of Foo Fighters: Preparing Music For Concerts, a free global streaming event featuring debut performances of new songs, exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, and more, all captured in the band’s 606 studios, premiering on May 21 at 3PM ET / 12PM PT exclusively via foofighters.veeps.com, with on-demand options through May 24.
"Shows like this don't happen every day. To take this moment to gather fans worldwide, to give people an opportunity to share in the experience no matter where they are, is a gift. Having a place to make these moments accessible is why we built Veeps and we're honored to be trusted with delivering this incredible show for Foo Fighters and all of their fans,” says Veeps CEO Joel Madden.
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