Foo Fighters announce their 10th album, Medicine At Midnight
The group debuted the first single, Shame Shame, on SNL over the weekend.
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The Foo Fighters have announced their tenth studio album Medicine At Midnight – due out 5 February 2021 through Roswell Records/RCA.
The band debuted the album’s first single Shame Shame during their appearance on Saturday Night Live over the weekend (7 November). The track itself was also launched as the episode aired. Take a listen to Shame Shame below:
Medicine at Midnight brings back Concrete And Gold producers Greg Kurstin and Darrell Thorp and features mixing by Mark “Spike” Stent (Charli XCX, Ed Sheeran). The album spans nine tracks across 37 minutes. Take a look at the tracklist below:
Medicine At Midnight:
- Making a Fire
- Shame Shame
- Waiting on a War
- Medicine at Midnight
- No Son of Mine
- Holding Poison
- Chasing Birds
- Love Dies Young
Pre-orders for the album – and its accompanying merch – have also begun on the official Foo Fighters store. Along with a digital edition, Medicine At Midnight will also launch on CD, standard black vinyl and a limited-edition Purple Smoke Vinyl.
The Foo Fighters began hinting at their 10th album at the end of October; eagle-eyed fans began spotting teasers for the record in locations around Los Angeles and online. The band also shared several teasers for the single, Shame Shame, on their Twitter page across last week.
Back in March, frontman Dave Grohl spoke about the upcoming record saying that it will be “unlike anything we’ve ever done”. He added: “There are choruses on this record that 50-fucking-thousand people are gonna sing, and it’s gonna bring everyone’s fucking hearts together in that moment.”
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