Foo Fighters have announced a new album, their first since the unexpected death of drummer Taylor Hawkins in March 2022.
The record is titled "But Here We Are," and drops June 2.
The band also dropped the lead single "Rescued" from the upcoming album, which is available to stream now via digital outlets.
"But Here We Are" is the follow-up to 2021's "Medicine at Midnight."
A press release describes "But Here We Are" as a "brutally honest and emotionally raw response to everything Foo Fighters endured over the last year."
Following Hawkins' death, Foo Fighters canceled all of their tour dates before reemerging for two giant tribute concerts to their late bandmate in September.
On New Year's Eve, they announced they intended to continue as a band, and have since scheduled a number of headlining concerts and festival sets for 2023, the first of which takes place May 24 in Gilford, New Hampshire.
It's not yet clear who will be playing drums with the Foo Fighters on the new album and tour.
See the "But Here We Are" track list below.
- "Under You"
- "Hearing Voices"
- "But Here We Are"
- "The Glass"
- "Nothing at All"
- "Show Me How"
- "Beyond Me"
- "The Teacher"