American rock band, Foo Fighters launches next chapter with new album titled ‘But Here We Are.’ Listen to the full album below.
The album features 10 tracks including previously released tracks, ‘Nothing at All,’ ‘The Teacher,’ ‘Under You,’ and ‘Rescued.’
Foo Fighters are a rock band, rock bands make records. That’s just what rock bands do. And while this steadiness has been key to Dave Grohl’s identity and longevity, there is a fire beneath it here that he surely would have preferred to find some other way.
Grief delivers here in every form—the shock of the opening track “Rescued” (“Is this happening now?!”), the melancholy of “Show Me How” (on which Grohl duets with his daughter Violet), the anger of the 10-minute centerpiece “The Teacher,” and the fragile acceptance of the almost slowcore finale “Rest.” “Under You” processes all the stages in a defiantly jubilant style. And after more than 20 years as one of the most polished arena-rock bands in the world, they play with a rawness that borders on ugly.
Just listen to the discord of “The Teacher” or the frayed vocals of the title track or the sweet-and-sour chorus of “Nothing at All,” which sounds more like Hüsker Dü or Fugazi than “Learn to Fly.” The temptation is to suggest that trauma forced them back to basics. The reality is that they sound like a band with a lot of life behind them trying to pave the road ahead.
Foo Fighters Launch Next Chapter With New Album, ‘But Here We Are’ – Listen Here
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