Foo Fighters’ Latest Track “Under You” Uses Rock ‘n’ Roll to Explore the Depths of Grief: Listen Now
Foo Fighters Return with an Electrifying Hit: “Under You”. The rock legends are back, and they’re bringing their A-game with “Under You,” the second glimpse into their highly anticipated album, But Here We Are. Brace yourself for a sonic rollercoaster as Foo Fighters blend buoyant power-pop guitars with Dave Grohl’s heartfelt exploration of grief.
Following the untimely passing of drummer Taylor Hawkins in 2022, the band’s latest single offers a cathartic experience as Grohl sings candidly about his journey through loss. Amidst lyrics that reflect on shared memories and moments of confusion, he opens up, admitting, “There are times that I need someone/ There are times I feel like no one/ Sometimes I just don’t know what to do.”
Produced by Foo Fighters and longtime collaborator Greg Kurstin, But Here We Are sets the stage for the band’s new chapter, marking their first album since the tragic event. Pre-orders for this transformative release are already underway.
As Foo Fighters gear up for an exciting lineup of headline shows alongside The Breeders, they’re also set to rock the stage at numerous festivals this year, including Bonnaroo, Fuji Rock, Louder Than Life, Ohana, Austin City Limits, and Riot Fest. Secure your tickets now to witness their electrifying performances.
But before they hit the road, Foo Fighters have something special in store. Get ready for a global streaming event, “Foo Fighters: Preparing Music For Concerts,” exclusively on Veeps this Sunday, May 21st at 3:00 p.m. ET. Experience debut performances of But Here We Are tracks, along with exclusive behind-the-scenes footage and surprises, all captured at the renowned 606 Studios. Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind warm-up show to ignite your anticipation.