Foo Fighters will release their new album ‘But Here We Are’ later this year.
The band were rocked by the sudden death of much-loved drummer Taylor Hawkins last year. A formidable musician, his easy-going persona came to define the group – to call him a fan favourite is almost to reduce his role, so key was he in Foo Fighters’ rise to global prominence.
Chatting to Clash in 2019, Taylor Hawkins was humble, without a trace of ego, calling himself “just a 47-year-old man with a wife and three kids living the same sort of adult life that most people are living.”
Emotional tribute concerts took place in LA and London, with Foo Fighters joined by countless stellar guests – including Taylor Hawkins’ son, Oliver, on drums.
Now Foo Fighters have confirmed their next step. New album ‘But Here We Are’ is out on June 2nd, the work of a band processing loss, and using music to chart a forward path.
Pre-order ‘But Here We Are’ now.
Much-anticipated new single ‘Rescued’ is the first of the album’s 10 songs to be released, a pounding, relentless return. Cathartic in the truest sense, it’s golden Foo Fighters – anthemic, righteous, and emotive, ‘Rescued’ feels tailor made for those epic live shows.
Pristine of production, and pointed of lyric, ‘Rescued’ feels like a plea from the heart. Tune in now.
‘But Here We Are’ is out on June 2nd.
But Here We Are
Nothing At All
Show Me How
Main Photo Credit: Oliver Halfin