Foo Fighters Unveil New Song ‘Under You,’ Announce Global Streaming Event
Foo Fighters have shared their new song “Under You,” the second single from their upcoming album But Here We Are.
The song gets personal as it seemingly addresses the loss of drummer Taylor Hawkins. Dave Grohl sings “Someone said I’ll never see your face again / Part of me just can’t believe it’s true / Pictures of us sharing songs and cigarettes / This is how I’ll always picture you.”
Listen to the song below.
Additionally, the Foo Fighters have announced a free global streaming event “Foo Fighters: Preparing Music For Concerts” via Veeps, which will feature debut performances of songs from the new album along with “exclusive behind the scenes footage and a few surprises” — all captured at the band’s 606 Studios. The event takes place Sunday, May 21st (8pm BST / 3pm EST / 12pm PST).
But Here We Are is due to arrive June 2nd via Roswell Records. Pre-order the album here.
The Foo Fighters were recently announced as one of the headliners at Chicago’s Riot Fest, just one of many festivals they have booked this year. See all their dates here.
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