Foo Fighters Debut New Song, "Arrows," at Show in Athens, Greece

Also, find out details about the unlikely ‘90s collab on the forthcoming album!

July 11, 2017
Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters

USA Today

During last night’s show in Athens, Greece, Foo Fighters gave concert-goers another taste of what’s to come on their upcoming album, Concrete And Gold. This one’s called “Arrows,” and it follows other live debuts like “The Sky is a Neighborhood” and “La Dee Da.”



Based on what we’ve heard so far from Concrete And Gold, which drops September 15, it’s looking like it’ll be a classic. It helps that Dave Grohl told BBC 6 Music that out of all their albums, this is the one he’s most excited for people to hear.


Interestingly enough, he also told BBC 6 that the album will feature a special guest: Shawn Stockman of Boyz II Men. Grohl explained that he saw Stockman walking through the parking lot and just straight-up asked him to sing on the record. And not just any song—apparently it’s the heaviest track on the album. Random? A little. But the seemingly impulsive ask is kinda the beauty of it all, isn’t it?


Concrete And Gold track list:

1. T-Shirt

2. Run

3. Make It Right

4. The Sky Is A Neighbourhood

5. La Dee Da

6. Dirty Water

7. Arrows

8. Happy Ever After (Zero Hour)

9. Sunday Rain

10. The Line

11. Concrete and Gold (ft. Shawn Stockman)