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Foo Fighters Release New Track ‘Under You’ And Reveal Global Streaming Event

Rock legends Foo Fighters have delighted fans with the release of their latest track, Under You, which serves as the second single from their upcoming album, But Here We Are, which is scheduled for release on June 2nd. Following the epic tune and album opener, Rescued, released last month, Under You delivers a melodic punk-tinged headbanger that is sure to captivate audiences.

In addition to sharing their new track, Foo Fighters have exciting news for their global fan base. They have announced a streaming event titled Foo Fighters: Preparing Music For Concerts. Scheduled to premiere on May 21 at 8pm BST, 3pm EST, and 12pm PST, this event will be accessible through the Veeps streaming platform. Fans can join in and experience exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, witness debut performances of tracks from But Here We Are, and anticipate a few surprises. The entire event was made in the band’s own 606 studios, ensuring an intimate and authentic experience.

The upcoming album holds immense significance for both the band and their fans, as it marks the first album since the passing of drummer Taylor Hawkins last year. To give fans a glimpse of what’s promising to be an exceptionally emotional collection of songs, Foo Fighters have unveiled the complete 10-song tracklist for But Here We Are.

Alongside the previously released tracks, Rescued and Under You, the album features the following songs: Hearing Voices, But Here We Are, The Glass, Nothing At All, Show Me How, Beyond Me, The Teacher, and Rest. The album is available for pre-order, allowing fans to secure their copy and prepare for a powerful musical journey.

As Foo Fighters continue to push boundaries and captivate audiences worldwide, the release of Under You and the announcement of the global streaming event have only heightened the excitement surrounding But Here We Are.

Enjoy the song by watching the lyric video available below:

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Eva van den Bosch Head Editor, Photographer
Eva van den Bosch combines concert photography with a prominent editorial role at Strife Mag.