Foo Fighters have just casually dropped a new song and video!
The video sees the band made up as old men performing to a group of elderly people at an oppressive nursing home.
The song itself is a victor, combining two of the things Foo Fighters have done best over their stories careers: Gorgeous melodies and intense riffing, both of which we're sure we'll see out in force on their new album.
Introducing the track, Dave said: 'I figured on the way up here, I thought "fuck it let's play a new song man".More news: Arsene Wenger Believes He Deserves A New Contract After FA Cup Win
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Foo Fighters last full-length album was 2014's Sonic Highways, and they released their Saint Cecelia EP in 2015.
Foo Fighters have returned, and they're up to their old tricks-emphasis on old.
Foo Fighters will also be headlining Glastonbury 2017 alongside Radiohead and Ed Sheeran - with Royal Blood, Haim, The National, Katy Perry, The xx, Boy Better Know, Stormzy and more also set to perform. The song sees the Foos in familiar territory, kicking off with a ballad-esque beginning, only to quickly shift into raging high gear, bolstered by Grohl-screamed lyrics.