Foo Fighters are set to perform at The BRITs on 21 February at London’s O2 Arena, ahead of the release of their track, ‘The Line’ and three sold out UK dates this summer.
The four time BRIT winners will release their song ‘The Line’ on March 16 through Columbia Records. The song is from their most recent album, ‘Concrete And Gold’, released in September, which became their fourth UK number 1 album. It’s also been proclaimed one of the best albums of their career. Foo Fighters played a phenomenal headline slot at Glastonbury last year and have sold out all three of their forthcoming UK stadium dates. It’s truly been a fearsomely colossal 12 months for the Foos, and doesn’t seem to be stopping anytime soon.
With the massive singles ‘Run’, and ‘The Sky Is A Neighbourhood’, new single ‘The Line’ matches up a characteristically propulsive melody with a heartfelt lyric and stirring chorus. Composer Dave Grohl described the track as
“a search for hope in this day and age where you feel as if you’re fighting for your life with every passing moment, and everything is on the line.”
Last September Foo Fighters gave a stunning 3 hour performance at a sold out O2 Arena. Their summer shows are guaranteeed to be among the live highlights of 2018:
Tues June 19 MANCHESTER Etihad Stadium SOLD OUT Fri June 22 LONDON Stadium SOLD OUT Sat June 23 LONDON Stadium SOLD OUT
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