Rock band Foo Fighters released its ninth studio album titled “Concrete and Gold” on Sept. 15, Friday. Produced by Greg Kurstin, the album has 11 songs.
Aside from the title song, the other songs from “Concrete and Gold” are “T-Shirt” “Run,” “Make It Right,” “The Sky is a Neighborhood,” “La Dee Da,” “Dirty Water,” “Arrows,” “Happy Ever After (Zero Hour),” “Sunday Rain” and “The Line.” On June 1, “Run” was the first song to be released followed by “The Sky is a Neighborhood” on Aug. 23.
“Concrete and Gold” is a comeback album of Foo Fighters. The last time the band released an album prior to their recently released ninth studio album was on Nov. 10, 2014.
Titled “Sonic Highways,” the eighth studio album of Foo Fighters was produced by Butch Vig. It has eight collaboration songs namely “Something from Nothing” featuring Rick Nielsen, “The Feast and the Famine” featuring Peter Stahl and Skeeter Thompson, “Congregation” featuring Zac Brown, “What Did I Do?/God as My Witness” featuring Gary Clark Jr., “Outside” featuring Joe Walsh, “In the Clear” featuring the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, “Subterranean” featuring Ben Gibbard and “I am a River” featuring Tony Visconti and Kristeen Young.
Recently, the Foo Fighters members performed at the O2 Arena in London. Some fans contacted Mirror Online to report that they were not granted entry at the venue because promoters changed the rules and introduced a ticket clause at the last minute.
The representatives of the rock band have yet to release a comment on the issue. The active members of the band are Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel, Pat Smear, Taylor Hawkins, Chris Shiflett and Rami Jaffee.