Foo Fighters 30 New Songs Revealed To Fans


The Foo Fighters newest album, ‘But Here We Are’ has been heavily praised. It features ten songs. However, as posted on Facebook, it seems that 30 songs are listed in a studio photo.

One of the fans noted the matter on Reddit.

CallMeJeeJ wrote:

This is wild, a couple of interesting notes:

“-fuck around has been popping up on these studio boards for a LONG time (at least since wasting light I think)

“-Breath by Breath and The Teacher are listed as separate tracks, I’m guessing they started out as two individual songs and then there was an “a-ha!” Moment that led to creating the 10 minute masterpiece”

Bleejis_Krilbin wrote:

“Fuck Around has been a song since around 1998/99. It’s one of those classic studio board songs like 7 Corners that was eventually released as The Neverending Sigh.”

coffeeman_71 wrote:

“The day we finally hear Fuck Around should be great. Just like White Limo sitting around for 6 years”

bachi9083 wrote:

“Probably wasn’t included because it is a grieving album, and Fuck Around doesn’t sound like a song that could be in this kind of album”

coffeeman_71 wrote:

I want to hear the deep, complex lyrics behind the creative, inspiring power ballad titled “Rock Song”

Foo Fighters have played their first full live show since the death of Taylor Hawkins yesterday, May 24, with a gig at Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion At Meadowbrook in Gilford, New Hampshire.

As reported by Blabbermouth, this also marked the Foos’ first performance with their new touring drummer, Josh Freese, who was introduced earlier this week.

Dave Grohl and co. delivered a 21-song set that included 4 songs from their upcoming album “But Here We Are”, due for release on June 2. Besides the singles “Rescued” and “Under You“, the band also played “Nothing at All” and the record’s title track.

Foo Fighters also performed Friday May 26 at the Boston Calling festival at the Harvard Athletic Complex in Boston, Massachusetts. There will also be a few other festival stops, including Bonnaroo in June, Festival D’Ete De Quebec in July, Outside Lands in August, the Ohana, also in August, and Chicago’s Riot Fest in September.