After the band premiered ‘Wheels’ at the 4th of July show at the White House, an official press release has been issued by Nasty Little Man.
FOO FIGHTERS JOIN PRESIDENT OBAMA & THE USO TO HONOR MILITARY HEROES AND THEIR FAMILIES AT INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION ON SOUTH LAWN
JULY 4 SET FEATURED DEBUT OF “WHEELS,” ONE OF TWO BRAND NEW TRACKS TO APPEAR ON COLLECTION OUT NOVEMBER TBC
Washington DC – Foo Fighters had the honor this weekend of joining President Barack Obama for a special July 4 USO concert on the South Lawn, where they entertained an audience of over 1200 active military troops and families for a private concert, BBQ and fireworks display.
The honored attendees were treated not only to a parade of FF favorites, but also witnessed the first ever live performance of the brand new song “Wheels.” The studio version of “Wheels” will be one of two new tracks the band has recorded with producer Butch Vig specifically for an as yet untitled collection due out this November.
The new tracks–all recorded by Foo Fighters core foursome Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel and Chris Shiflett this year at Foo Fighters’ own 606 studio complex–hold their ground and then some alongside classics from the band’s six platinum-plus, multiple Grammy-winning studio albums, including individual Grammy recipients “The Pretender,” “All My Life” and “Learn To Fly.” Perennial FF staples–”My Hero,” “Times Like These,” “Best Of You” and more–provide an overview of the band’s 15 year and counting career, while the two new tracks hint at even greater heights to be scaled in the future of this quintessential American rock band.