"Shows like this don't happen every day..."
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On Monday at 5 am AEST, Foo Fighters will host a free live stream entitled Preparing Music For Concerts.
Held on the video streaming platform Veeps, you’ll get to hear new songs, including Rescued and the newly released Under You, from the band’s upcoming studio album, But Here We Are. Not only will the live stream feature live performances, but Foo Fighters will also host behind-the-scenes segments at their very own 606 Studios.
"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,” Joel Madden, CEO and Founder of Veeps shared in a statement.
Madden continued, “Having a place to make these moments accessible is why we built Veeps and we're honored [sic] to be trusted with delivering this incredible show for Foo Fighters and all of their fans.”
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Earlier this week, graphic arts studio Morning Breath Inc. revealed that But Here We Are was made in dedication to Taylor Hawkins, Foo Fighters’ late drummer; and Dave Grohl’s mother, Virginia Hanlon Grohl.
Sharing photos of their designs on social media, the Brooklyn-based designers shared the physical album artwork and packaging, showing the following imprint on the back: “For Virginia and Taylor”.
“It’s always an honor [sic] to work with Foo Fighters,” Morning Breath wrote on Wednesday. “This is the design for their latest album ‘But Here We Are’. Definitely a new turn for us as we explored minimalism and new techniques printing white on white.”
On Friday, 2 June, the US rockers will release the first album since the tragic passing of drummer Taylor Hawkins.
They made the album announcement a month ago after a few days of teasing new music. Upon announcing a new album, Foo Fighters unveiled the first single, Rescued.
Rescued is classic Foo Fighters - open, addictive power chords, resonant, shout-along vocals from Dave Grohl - it’s rock music to soothe the soul.
On New Year’s Eve, Foo Fighters paid tribute to Taylor Hawkins and announced they would continue as a band. Speculation about who would sit in the drummer’s seat has followed them ever since, with Pearl Jam’s Matt Cameron denying rumours that he’s joining the band.
You can pre-order But Here We Are here.