Foo Fighters Roar Into 2021 with an Epic New Song — Stream ‘No Son of Mine’


Categories:Latest News

Rock Cellar Magazine
SHARE.

Here’s one way to crash into the new year: new music! Prior to the final few hours of 2020, the Foo Fighters teased a new song titled “No Son of Mine,” the second pre-release single from the band’s upcoming album, Medicine at Midnight.

Well, just like that, the song is here — having premiered on digital streaming platforms at the stroke of, well, midnight, when 2020 was cast aside in favor of 2021 and, hopefully, a better time for all of us.

Without further ado, here’s “No Son of Mine”:

“No Son of Mine” follows the new record’s lead single, the percussive “Shame Shame.” That one was debuted a while back and was also the sort of song that might raise the eyebrows of those expecting the tried-and-true, electric guitar-heavy approach that exemplifies so much of what Dave Grohl and the guys have done over the years.

But nope! This one’s a bit dark, too:

Per a press release: “Produced by Greg Kurstin and Foo Fighters, engineered by Darrell Thorp and mixed by Mark “Spike” Stent, Medicine at Midnight packs the following nine songs into a tight-ass 37 minutes.”

The album will be out on Feb. 5.

Click here to pre-order Medicine at Midnight from our Rock Cellar Store.

Here’s its track listing:

  1. Making A Fire
  2. Shame Shame
  3. Cloudspotter
  4. Waiting On A War
  5. Medicine At Midnight
  6. No Son Of Mine
  7. Holding Poison
  8. Chasing Birds
  9. Love Dies Young

The Foo Fighters are Dave Grohl, Chris Shiflett, Taylor Hawkins, Pat Smear, Nate Mendel and Rami Jaffee.

This news comes after Grohl took part in #TheHanukkahSessions, a collection of lively covers of Jewish artists that he and Greg Kurstin debuted during the eight days of Hanukkah — if you missed all of that, click here.


SHARE.


Related Posts