In addition to their new song, Dave Grohl and company also performed a cathartic, moment-capturing version of their hit “Times Like These” to cap an arduous week of poll-watching and Saturday’s post-election celebrations.
Prior to the SNL performance – which was delayed nationwide due to college football – Foo Fighters released the studio version of “Shame Shame”:
After teasing their upcoming 10th studio album in billboards and song snippets, Medicine at Midnight, Foo Fighters’ follow-up to 2017’s Concrete and Gold, arrives February 5th, 2021; the album is available to preorder now, including a limited edition purple swirl vinyl version available exclusively through the Foo Fighters’ webstore.
The LP was produced by Foo Fighters alongside Grammy-winning producer Greg Kurstin – who also worked on Concrete and Gold – and features nine tracks spread across 37 minutes.
ARE YOU READY???#ShameShame from the upcoming tenth album, 'Medicine At Midnight,’ is out now. Listen now: https://t.co/cxKOCp8SHh#MedicineAtMidnight Available February 5th.
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— Foo Fighters (@foofighters) November 8, 2020
Medicine at Midnight Track List
1. Making a Fire
2. Shame Shame
4. Waiting on a War
5. Medicine at Midnight
6. No Son of Mine
7. Holding Poison
8. Chasing Birds
9. Love Dies Young