• June 6, 2020
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Foo Fighters released their album, Sonic Highways, on November 10. The album in its entirety was recorded in eight different cities in eight different recording studios. Lead singer Dave Grohl found inspiration for the name in their project, which he insists connected all eight cities like a “sonic highway.”

The album is a follow-up to 2011’s Wasting Light, hence Grohl had the time to direct an HBO series documenting the recording process in Nashville, Chicago, Austin, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Seattle, Washington, New York.

The album is a follow-up to 2011’s Wasting Light, hence Grohl had the time to direct an HBO series documenting the recording process in Nashville, Chicago, Austin, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Seattle, Washington, New York.

Viewers get a full taste for the album throughout the TV series, and fans already have access to two singles, “The Feast and The Famine” and “Something From Nothing.” The tracks display the band’s two types of songs: consistently fast tempo rock and slower rock. The styles may not be very different, but fans will be able to recognize a sort of renewed energy and familiarity in the music.

With the Foo Fighters’ chart-topping past, the projected continuity of the album and the popularity of released recordings, it is safe to assume the success of Sonic Highways will mirror that of past releases.

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