Watch Foo Fighters perform new song 'Sunday Rain' live

Dave Grohl, The Foo Fighters frontman, revealed in an interview that Kurstin fell in his good graces through his indie pop duo, the Bird and the Bee. Many fans believe Adele may be the secret weapon, given her producer Greg Kurstin also produced Concrete and Gold. One big collaborator for the record has been revealed in producer Greg Kurstin, who's had a hand in numerous most successful (and critically-acclaimed) pop albums of the past decade.

After releasing their surprise new single 'Run' and ahead of their headline set at Glastonbury 2017 this weekend, Dave Grohl and co recently revealed that their ninth album will be released on September 15.

It was in 2015 when The Foo Fighters released their last album, "Saint Cecilia", which followed "Sonic Highways" released in 2014. This collective conceived a blueprint of the new record as "Motorhead's version of Sgt. Pepper. or something like that", secretly booking into Hollywood's esteemed EastWest studios to consummate this marriage of extremes. or as Grohl puts it: "Our noise and Greg's big brain and all of his sophisticated arrangements and composition".

The Foo Fighters will launch a North American tour behind the album, beginning October 7.

"These two records honestly, Queens of the Stone Age and Foo Fighters should join forces and just take over the world right now".

During an interview with the BBC about their new album, "Concrete And Gold" (which we can't wait for BTW) they confirmed that it will feature "a bunch of guests" many of which 'will really surprise you. Overall, the song conjures some '70s free jam vibes, which shouldn't come as much of a shock for a band who has covered Pink Floyd live in the past.

  • Salvatore Jensen