FOO FIGHTERS: New Song 'The Feast And The Famine' Available For Streaming

FOO FIGHTERS: New Song 'The Feast And The Famine' Available For Streaming

"The Feast And The Famine", a brand new song from FOO FIGHTERS, can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band's upcoming album, "Sonic Highways", which arrives on November 10.

The "Sonic Highways" eight-part series, which documents the making of the CD, premiered on October 17 on HBO.

FOO FIGHTERS frontman Dave Grohl, who directed the documentary, interviewed a number of personalities for the series, including Slash, Dan Auerbach of the BLACK KEYS, LL Cool J, Bonnie Raitt, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Pharrell Williams, Joan Jett, CHEAP TRICK ‘s Rick Nielsen, Paul Stanley of KISS, Joe Walsh, ZZ TOP's Billy F. Gibbons, Macklemore, Buddy Guy and even President Barack Obama.

FOO FIGHTERS have announced additional details about the concert the band is playing at Chicago's Wrigley Field on August 29, 2015. The day-long event will celebrate the musical history of the Windy City and feature performances by local legends CHEAP TRICK, URGE OVERKILL and NAKED RAYGUN. CHEAP TRICK guitarist Rick Nielsen appears on the song "Something From Nothing", the first single from "Sonic Highways".

Bassist Nate Mendel told The Pulse Of Radio what he found most rewarding about the process of making "Sonic Highways". "I think the cool thing about this was — and it was sort of a surprise to me — is going to all these cities and learning about them in a little bit more depth than we had before," he said. "It gives us a sense of pride in a way of American music and all the variety of it and depth of it and all these unique cities. After a while, you take it all in and you're like, 'Yeah,' you know — it just gives you a little bit of more feeling of like being a part of the place."


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