American rock band Foo Fighters, known for their hit singles like ‘Everlong’, ‘Learn to Fly’, ‘Best of You’, launched their new single ‘Shame, Shame’ ahead of the band’s release of its 10th album ‘Medicine at Midnight’, during a performance on Saturday Night Live.

The band founded by Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl had also released the studio version of the song ‘Shame, Shame.’

The album which has been in limelight for some time now through teasers on social media websites and advertisements on BillBoards will hit the market on February 5, 2021. The album will be Foo Fighters tenth overall and its first since 2017. Its last album Concrete and Gold was produced by Greg Kurstin and was released worldwide in September 2017 in collaboration with RCA record.

The LP for the new album was also produced in collaboration with Grammy-winning producer Greg Kurstin and will contain nine tracks running upto 37 minutes, as per media outlet Rollingstone.

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The album will also feature the following songs: 

Making a Fire, Shame Shame, Cloudspotter, Waiting on a war, Medicine at Midnight, No Son of Mine, Holding Poison, Chasing Birds and Love Die Young.

The band had announced in October 2019 that they were recording their tenth studio album on demos from Grohl, as per online magazine Consequence of Sound.