The Foo Fighters debuted new tune “Shame Shame” during their performance as Saturday Night Live’s musical guest on Nov. 7 the post-political race scene facilitated by joke artist Dave Chappelle.
The tune, which likewise dropped on real time features Saturday night, includes an awesome, provocative beat. After the tune made its introduction on the phase of NBC’s Studio 8H, the band declared that “Shame Shame” is essential for forthcoming tenth studio collection Medicine at Midnight, which is expected Feb. 5, 2021 and accessible for pre-arranges now.
The Foo Fighters had prodded fans about new music via online media with not really obscure posts starting Nov. 4. Brief music cuts were imparted to the highly contrasting picture of a solitary eye, with each picture including eyes with irises of various tones. Each post was basically inscribed with the hashtag “#LPX,” which fans immediately found to mean the tenth Foo Fighters discharge.
For their second SNL tune, the Foo Fighters conveyed what began as a repressed “Times Like These” from 2002’s One by One. It included frontman Dave Grohl delicately singing the verses with just an organ going with his vocals, the stage obscured. “It’s times like these you learn to live again/ It’s times like these you give and give again/ It’s times like these you learn to love again,” Grohl warbled. It wasn’t until the three-minute imprint when the remainder of the band kicked in with beating drums and seething guitars. The tune and its verses was a convenient decision, with Joe Biden declared the president elect before in the day.
Watch the Foo Fighters’ Saturday Night Live performance and look at the tracklist for Medicine at Midnight below:
Medicine at Midnight tracklist:
Making a Fire
Waiting on a War
Medicine at Midnight
No Son of Mine
Love Dies Young