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Riot Fest Unveils 2023 Lineup With Foo Fighters And The Cure

Riot Fest, one of the most eagerly-awaited music festivals of the year, has just announced its mind-blowing 3-day lineup for 2023. This year’s headliners are none other than the legendary Foo Fighters, The Cure, The Postal Service/Death Cab For Cutie, Queens Of The Stone Age, Turnstile, and The Mars Volta. But the excitement doesn’t end there. Riot Fest has managed to assemble an incredible array of talent to round out the lineup. Head Automatica, Tegan and Sara, 100 gecs, The Gaslight Anthem, Say Anything, AFI, and many other fan favorites will grace the stage. The full list of artists promises… Read more »


Foo Fighters Tease New Song Set For Release This Week

Following the release of their gripping new single, “Rescued,” which also serves as the opening track on their forthcoming 11th studio album, But Here We Are, Foo Fighters have teased another new track set to drop this week.  The track’s teaser, set to drop on May 17 according to the band’s social media post, features a clip of vocalist Dave Grohl’s isolated vocals. The clip hears the iconic vocalist singing, “I woke up and walked a mile millions today/I’ve been looking up and down for you/All this time it still feels just like yesterday/That I walked a million miles with… Read more »


Boston Calling Reveal 2023 Set Times Including Paramore, Foo Fighters, More

The annual Boston Calling festival will return for its ninth year at Harvard Athletic Complex this May. Spanning across three days, Boston Calling will be held Memorial Day weekend from May 26-28, and today, they have announced the set times for the upcoming three-day event. With anticipated headline performances from Foo Fighters (Friday, May 26), The Lumineers (Saturday, May 27), and Paramore (Sunday, May 28), there will be several major overlapping sets. Paramore‘s performance, which is scheduled to close out the festival on Sunday evening, will substantially overlap with Aussie rockers, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard. Read more: Foo Fighters… Read more »


Looks Like New Foo Fighters Music Is On The Horizon

It seems that a new era of Foo Fighters is underway. Last week, the band shared a 13-second clip that seemed to be a teaser for a new song. Today, they shared a 25-second version of the same song on their socials.  The clip smacks you in the face with heavy guitar and passion-filled drums. No lyrics can be heard, but “Are you thinking what I’m thinking/ Are you feeling what I’m feeling/ This is happening now” fade in and out against a white background. There is no caption or any additional context included. However, it’s all we need to… Read more »


Foo Fighters Announce Six More Shows on US Headline Tour

Foo Fighters have announced six additional dates to their upcoming US headline tour kicking off this May. The new dates will take place in August, September, and October in Spokane, WA, Salt Lake City, UT, Lake Tahoe, NV, Virginia Beach, VA, Phoenix, AZ, and El Paso, TX. The Breeders are set to open during the Washington, Utah, Nevada and Virginia shows. Tickets go on sale this Friday, April 14 at 10AM local time. Foo Fighters held two tribute concerts to honor Taylor Hawkins following his death in March of 2022. Their first scheduled performance as a band since his passing will… Read more »


Foo Fighters, Haim, and More Announced on Eddie Vedder’s Ohana Festival

Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder is bringing back the annual Ohana Festival this fall to Dana Point, CA, and he’s bringing some renowned friends with him this year. Returning to California from Sept. 29-Oct. 1 at Doheny State Beach, the latest installment features Vedder headlining alongside The Killers, Haim, The Chicks, Foo Fighters, and Pretenders. Spread across 3 days this fall, Ohana Festival will also feature performances from Japanese Breakfast, Suki Waterhouse (who recently starred in ‘Daisy Jones and The Six’ as keyboardist Karen Sirko), Amos Lee, and plenty more. Check out the day-by-day lineup breakdown below. Presale tickets will be… Read more »

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