Foo Fighters Premiere ‘Shame Shame’ Video, Announce Live Stream Gig from the Roxy 11/14

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When the Foo Fighters are back, they’re REALLY back — that is to say, Dave Grohl and the guys make their presence felt in a major way.

This past Saturday, the band shared a new song, the funky and slightly dark “Shame Shame,” which they premiered on Saturday Night Live. The song now has an official music video, as shared early Tuesday morning. It’s from the new album Medicine at Midnight, which will be released on Feb. 5, 2021.

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The stylish video, directed by Paola Kudacki and co-starring Sofia Boutella and Dave Grohl himself, renders in stunning black and white an interpretation of a recurring dream that’s haunted Grohl since his childhood days.

But wait — there’s more.

In keeping with the Foo Fighters’ time-honored tradition of doing a bunch of things at once, the band will host a special live stream concert from the Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood this coming Saturday, Nov. 14. It marks the Foos’ first official full live stream concert of this COVID-19 pandemic, and a portion of proceeds will benefit Sweet Relief.

More about the gig, per a news release:

Foo Fighters’ Roxy streaming concert event is brought to you in part by the good people at Coors Light, and will feature innovative new technology custom created for this one of a kind Foo Fighters show: Beer’s Eye View. For 25 years, Coors Light has been on stage – and in hand – with Foo Fighters. Now for the first time, Beer’s Eye View will take fans behind the scenes backstage, into the thick of the action onstage, and to the best seat in the house (the VIB a/k/a Very Important Beer section)—all from the unique perspective of a live “Can Cam” attached to Dave’s own Coors Light.

As for “Shame Shame,” the song is our first preview of the Foo Fighters’ new album, Medicine at Midnight, which will be released on Feb. 5, 2021. Here’s the song’s world premiere from SNL:

And their additional performance of “Times Like These”:

Per a press release: “Produced by Greg Kurstin and Foo Fighters, engineered by Darrell Thorp and mixed by Mark “Spike” Stent, Medicine at Midnight packs the following nine songs into a tight-ass 37 minutes.”

Here’s its track listing:

  1. Making A Fire
  2. Shame Shame
  3. Cloudspotter
  4. Waiting On A War
  5. Medicine At Midnight
  6. No Son Of Mine
  7. Holding Poison
  8. Chasing Birds
  9. Love Dies Young

The Foo Fighters are Dave Grohl, Chris Shiflett, Taylor Hawkins, Pat Smear, Nate Mendel and Rami Jaffee.

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