According to The Pulse Of Radio, a new clip has surfaced showing FOO FIGHTERS frontman Dave Grohl listening to what is believed to be the first song he ever wrote. The track is called "Gods Look Down" and the segment in which Grohl reviews it was apparently filmed for the FOO FIGHTERS' 2014 HBO series "Sonic Highways" but never aired. The clip was uploaded by Barrett Jones, owner of Laundry Room Studios and co-producer of the FOO FIGHTERS' self-titled 1995 debut album.
Jones can be seen listening to the track with Grohl in the clip.
According to The Pulse Of Radio, "Gods Look Down" had originally been recorded in 1989 by SCREAM, the hardcore band in which Grohl was a member when he lived in Washington, D.C, but was kept unreleased until the band's 1993 "Fumble" album.
In comments posted under the video, it's stated that the version in the clip is "the first song [Grohl] ever recorded on his own playing all the instruments."
Grohl jokes that he sounds "like a girl" while listening to his vocals on the song.
FOO FIGHTERS are reportedly working on their ninth studio album, although the band has yet to officially announce that. The group has also confirmed a string of European summer festival dates as well as an appearance at California's BottleRock festival in late May.
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