Foo Fighters free livestream: Right here’s the way to watch the Could 21 live performance
Southern California rock band Foo Fighters are internet hosting a particular livestream occasion dubbed “Foo Fighters: Making ready Music For Concert events” that launches Sunday, Could 21 at midday.
The digital efficiency from the band’s Los Angeles-based Studio 606 will embody the group blasting via its hits and debuting new music from its forthcoming “However Right here We Are” album, which is due out on June 2. It is going to additionally function behind-the-scenes footage and some surprises, plus the reveal who might be occupying the drumkit instead of Taylor Hawkins, who died out of the blue whereas on tour final 12 months.
Followers can tune into the free livestream at foofighters.veeps.com.
To this point, Foo Fighters have launched two new songs from its upcoming album, a group of songs written and recorded after Hawkins’ dying and the pair of huge, rock-filled celebrations of life at Wembley Stadium in London and Kia Discussion board in Inglewood that adopted. The band put out the emotional monitor, “Rescued,” in April and simply dropped the punk rock-tinged “Below You,” this week.
Although the band has not formally introduced a brand new drummer, there’s plenty of hypothesis. A number of worthy musicians stepped in to play the Taylor Hawkins’ memorial reveals together with Vandals, Sting and Danny Elfman drummer Josh Freese, Pearl Jam’s Matt Cameron and The Darkness’ Rufus Taylor.
The band is scheduled to hit the street later this month with its first cease in New Hampshire on Could 24, adopted by a slew of headlining competition dates together with Boston Calling in Boston on Could 26; Sonic Temple Arts & Music Pageant in Columbus, Ohio on Could 28; Bonnaroo Music & Arts Pageant in Manchester, Tenn. on June 18; Exterior Lands Music and Arts Pageant in San Francisco on Aug. 12; Riot Fest in Chicago on Sept. 15; and the band returns house to headline the ultimate night of the three-day Ohana Pageant in Dana Level on Oct. 1.