Foo Fighters Crank Up the Heavy on New Song 'Run'

Foo Fighters Crank Up the Heavy on New Song 'Run'”

The track is called "Run", the band's first new music since their free Saint Cecilia EP, released in 2015.

Foo Fighters made clear they don't think they'll get too old to rock as they released a surprise new single today that imagined the band at a nursing home.

When the Foo Fighters want to do something, they just do it.

The track begins softly with a gently strummed guitar over Dave Grohl's subdued vocals.

Happy June! The sun is out, the birds are singing, the breeze is blowing, and there's new music to enjoy.

Dave Grohl and company have expertly crafted a yet another mosh-worthy tune, but, as in the past, they also haven't taken themselves too seriously in the music video. When the Foo Fighters kicks into the brutal hardcore section of "Run", the man jumps, igniting a riot that pits retirees against staff.

Fans of Foo Fighters are going insane this morning as they awoke to news that the group has released a new single.

The Foo Fighters frontman and the Learn To Fly rockers were set to headline the festival two years ago, when Grohl broke his leg and was forced to cancel their slot on the Pyramid Stage.

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