Foo Fighters release new single Under You from upcoming album But Here We Are

Foo Fighters have unveiled a new song called Under You, which is the second single from their upcoming 11th studio album But Here We Are, set to be released on June 2. The song is a powerful and emotional tribute to their late drummer Taylor Hawkins, who died in 2022.

Under You is a catchy and melodic rock song that showcases Dave Grohl's vocals and lyrics, as he sings about the grief and loss of his friend and bandmate. The chorus goes: "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". 

But Here We Are is the band's first album since 2017's Concrete and Gold, and it was produced by Greg Kurstin and Foo Fighters. The album is described as "a brutally honest and emotionally raw response to everything Foo Fighters endured over the last year" and "a testament to the healing powers of music, friendship and family". The album also includes the lead single Rescued, which was released in April and received positive reviews from critics and fans.

To celebrate the release of their new album, Foo Fighters have announced a free global streaming event called "Foo Fighters: Preparing Music For Concerts", which will take place on May 21 at 8 p.m. BST / 3 p.m. EST / 12 p.m. PST exclusively at The event will feature performances of songs from But Here We Are, exclusive behind the scenes footage, and some surprises. The event will also be available on demand until May 24.

Foo Fighters are also gearing up for a summer tour that will kick off on May 24 at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion in Gilford, New Hampshire. The tour will include headline shows at Madison Square Garden in New York, Wrigley Field in Chicago, Fenway Park in Boston, and more. The band will also perform at several festivals, such as Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, BottleRock, and Rock in Rio.

Foo Fighters are one of the most successful and influential rock bands of all time, with over 30 million albums sold worldwide and 12 Grammy Awards. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2021.
Giovanni Gagliano

Passionate about music I wrote my first article for "Given To Rock" in 2012, reaching now 30K global followers. I am also a musician, gigging around London.

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