What a start into the new rock year: The Foo Fighters release their new album "Medicine At Midnight" in 2021. The longplayer will be released about four years after "Concrete And Gold", which reached number one in the charts in several countries, including the UK and the US. Once again Dave Grohl writes songs for what he does best: standing on stage and inspiring tens of thousands of people with an infectious love of music. The creative output seems to bubble with this man in any case from an inexhaustible source.
When the Foo Fighters released their debut album in the summer of 1995, few suspected that the group would be the only band to survive the alt-rock explosion of the '90s unscathed. They managed to fill stadiums around the world while hitting the top of the charts. One success followed the next and made the Foo Fighters what they are today.
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