Foo Fighters Announced ‘But Here We Are’ Single ‘Rescued’ Album – Billboard

“It came in a flash / It came out of nowhere / It happened so fast / Then it’s over / You’re thinking what I’m thinking / Is this happening now?” These are the opening lines of “Rescued,” the raw, let it bleed first single from the Foo Fighters’ upcoming eleventh studio album, But here we arethe first since the shocking death of drummer Taylor Hawkins last March.

Vocals propelled by the band’s signature blend of Dave Grohl’s primal screaming soulfulness and lyrical elegance — including a section in which he howls “Save Me Tonight” over rolling drums — will be featured on the ten track. But here we aredue June 2 on Roswell Records/RCA Records.

“We’re all somehow free to dance under the lights / I’m just waiting to be rescued / Bring me back to life,” Grohl sings wistfully on the song’s chorus.

Produced by frequent collaborator Greg Kurstin and the band, the compilation was described in a press release as “the first chapter of the band’s new life”. The first song from the group whose relaxing pulse is Keep-on-keepin-on is the first new music we’ve heard from the Foos since the unimaginable loss of their literal and emotional heartbeat. Release describes the album, “A bluntly honest and emotional response to everything the Foo Fighters have endured over the past year…a testament to the healing powers of music, friendship and family. Courageous, damaged and unflinchingly original.”

He promises that “Rescued” is just one part of a tracklist that spans the emotional gamut from “anger and sadness to serenity and acceptance, and the myriad points in between,” capitalizing on the naivety of the group’s 1995 debut, but also through what Nearly three decades of maturity and depth.

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But here we are It is the sound of brothers finding refuge in the music that brought them together in the first place 28 years ago, a process that has been as therapeutic as it has been about continuing life.”

So far, Voss has announced 25 major US and European festivals and dates for this summer and fall, but hasn’t said who will replace the energetic and beloved timekeeper whose death at age 50 while touring South America devastated the group and their fans. It was not clear at press time who is playing drums on the track and who will be sitting behind the kit at the live shows. A spokesperson for the group did not respond to requests for comment at press time on who is performing the song and who will be playing with them on the tour.

Listen to “The Rescuer” and watch the file But here we are Song list below.

But here we are track list:

“savior”
“under you”
“hear voices”
“but here we are”
“the glass”
“nothing at all”
“show me how”
“Out of my control”
“the teacher”
“break”

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