Foo Fighters share first new music since  Taylor Hawkin’s death

For the first time since the death of drummer Taylor Hawkins, the Foo Fighters are making music again. Earlier today, Roswell Records/RCA Records released the first new song from the prolific band “Rescued.” The song is the first single of the Foo’s upcoming album, But Here We Are, scheduled to drop on June 2.

Today, Roswell Records/RCA Records unveiled the debut track from the highly productive group "Rescued."  The single is the initial release from the Foo's forthcoming album, titled But Here We Are, set to release on June 2.

The upcoming album will be the band's first release after Medicine At Midnight, which came out in 2021. The Foo Fighters have already announced 25 tour and festival dates scheduled for May.  Last year, the band hosted a set of commemorative concerts honoring Hawkins' legacy. However, the band has yet to reveal who will be taking on percussion responsibilities for the shows.