Published Sep 14, 2017While last year found the Foo Fighters on something of a hiatus, 2017 has shown you can't keep Dave Grohl and company down for long. Their new LP Concrete and Gold is available to stream in its entirety right here.
Arriving today (September 15) through Roswell Records/RCA, the band's latest runs 10 tracks in length. Produced by Greg Kurstin (Adele, Sia), the album has been described as a collision of "hard rock extremes and pop sensibilities."
The band have also roped in some high-profile pop collaborators as well. Boyz II Men's Shawn Stockman reportedly "built a choir" for a track on the disc, while Paul McCartney plays drums on another. Justin Timberlake also lends his vocal talents to what Grohl has called "one of the heaviest songs on the record."
Take in all of Concrete and Gold below.