They debuted it on Saturday Night Live, now, get ready to hear Foo Fighters brand new single “Shame Shame” as a RADIO.COM WORLD PREMIERE.
It’s a song that is unlike any other Foo Fighters have put out thus far, but is definitively Foo Fighters. Packed with staccato strings, harmonizing vocals, a rolling percussion line complete with handclaps, “Shame Shame” sees Foo Fighters retain the elements that made the band loved by many while taking a sonic leap forward. The song serves as the first preview from the band's upcoming album, Medicine At Midnight, due out February 5.
As a band known for its creativity, Foo Fighters turned heads on Twitter last week when they released a series of 30-second teaser videos. Each video features a close-up of a band member along with one instrument at a time. You read that correctly, Foo Fighters were giving fans a preview one instrument at a time.
Dave Grohl made good on his promise earlier this year to deliver a plethora of new Foo Fighters material.
"We put about a year's worth of work into this year - meaning we started preparing multiple projects all to release now," Grohl said at the time. "There was a documentary, there was another secret project that we were so excited about, there was a tour, there's a new album, we made a video."
"It's just a matter of figuring out when the world is ready because I think that's a little more important than the Foo Fighters.”
Check out the latest from Foo Fighters above, and join us Monday for an exclusive talk with the band.