In recent weeks, Foo Fighters have been cryptically teasing a new album, but things got more clear last weekend when they performed on Saturday Night Live, premiered “Shame Shame,” and formally announced Medicine At Midnight. The studio version of the single was released after the SNL performance, and now they have debuted a new visual for the song. The black-and-white clip features the burning coffin with which fans became familiar through the advance teasers.
Back in February (about a year ahead of the album’s now-announced release date), Grohl said that the band had finished recording the record, saying, “We just finished making a record. Some of those songs, the best ones happen in 45 minutes. Then there’s other songs — there’s a riff on the new record I’ve been working on for 25 years. The first time I demoed it was in my basement in Seattle.” He also previously compared it to David Bowie, saying, “To me, it’s like our David Bowie’s Let’s Dance record. That’s what we wanted to make, ’cause we were like, ‘Yeah, let’s make this really up, fun record!’”
This isn’t the only new music Dave Grohl has in the pipeline, as he and his 10-year-old drum battle partner are working on a song together.
Watch the “Shame Shame” video above.
Medicine At Midnight is out 2/5/2021 via Roswell/RCA. Pre-order it here.
MIDWAY, Ga. (WTOC) – Liberty County Fire Chief Brian Darby is calling a Midway Dentist and his staff heroes after they jumped into action to pull two people from a fiery crash.
It happened around 11:15 a.m. on Wednesday in front of Midway Family Dental on Highway 17.
Darby says two vehicles were involved and both caught fire on impact. Both drivers were entrapped.
Dr. Tad Jackson, Dr. Micah Spivey and Gunn McIntosh with Midway Family Dental heard the impact of the crash and sprang into action. They were able to get the first driver out of their car and into a wheelchair.
The second driver was injured and stuck in his vehicle.
“Started pulling on him and trying to get him out but he wouldn’t budge, and the car started getting more and more engulfed in flames, so between myself, Gunn, and Micah Spivey, one of the other dentists here, we were able to pull him out and drag him down the street,” said Dr. Tad Jackson, owner of Midway Family Dental. “And his leg is just severely damaged, pretty bad. We had to get him out because it was going to blow up at any minute. And it did blow up, many parts were laying around in the grass as it blew up a couple of times. So we had to get him out or he was going to die. We would have all witnessed him die. So we had to get him out.”
Both drivers were taken to a hospital in Savannah with non-life threatening injuries.
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