Foo Fighters Release New Archival EP, Tease New Music and 25th Anniversary Plans


Story by Charles Ken, photo by Brantley Gutierrez

Foo Fighters turn 25 in 2020, and the guys are teasing celebratory plans for this year, plus new music

Dave Grohl and Foo Fighters have been releasing archival EPs over the past few months, and their latest dropped the beginning of 2020.

The set features the B-sides “Winnebago,” “Podunk” and “How I Miss You,” as well as a cover of the Ace Frehley solo song “Ozone” and live BBC recordings of “Floaty” and “Alone + Easy Target.” The EP is out now via streaming services and can be heard via Soundcloud here.

Foo Fighters started the whole archival series last summer. Since then, they’ve released a collection of cover songs, B-sides, rarities, demos and live recordings.

Pretty soon, Foo Fighters fans will have something brand new to enjoy. The band has been teasing new material, plus some special tour plans for 2020. Last week, the band tweeted a video of a drum kit with a drumbeat looping in the background. A few days prior, the group tweeted a photo of a microphone in a bathtub with the caption, “Come on in, the water’s fine…”

This year also marks Foo Fighters’ 25th anniversary as a band. The guys have been using the hashtags #FF25 and #FF2020 to hint at some special, upcoming 25th anniversary plans.

Foo Fighters’ upcoming album will mark their follow-up to 2017’s “Concrete and Gold.”



Posted by Charles Ken | Music, Rock, Rock News

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