FOO FIGHTERS performed in BBC Radio 1's "Live Lounge" on September 1.Dave Grohl and his bandmates played their new single, "The Sky Is A Neighborhood", and classic FOO FIGHTERS song "Best Of You", before treating fans to a cover of AC/DC's "Let There Be Rock". Video footage of their "Let There Be Rock" rendition can now be seen below. "The Sky Is A Neighborhood" is taken from FOO FIGHTERS' ninth studio album, "Concrete And Gold", which will be released on September 15 via Roswell Records/RCA Records. The run-up to "Concrete And Gold" began with the June 1 surprise release of the Billboard Mainstream Rock #1 smash "Run". With more than two million YouTube views in its first twenty-four hours, "Run" rocketed into the Top 5 of the iTunes video chart and the top Top 15 iTunes singles chart — quickly amassing the highest first-day numbers of any single in the FOO FIGHTERS' career. "Concrete And Gold" will naturally be supported with a grueling trek of the arena, stadium and festival stages of the world. The U.S. leg kicks off October 7 with the band's Cal Jam 17 festival at Glen Helen Regional Park in San Bernardino, California: a non-stop, one-hundred-percent-live twelve-hour rock and roll extravaganza featuring camping, carnival rides, a water park, attractions, a mobile recording studio and so much more. "Concrete And Gold" was written and performed by FOO FIGHTERS, produced by Greg Kurstin and FOO FIGHTERS, and mixed by Darrell Thorp.
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