The Foo Fighters are set to be the house band on The Late Show with David Letterman this week as part of their promotion tour for their upcoming new album and docu-series on HBO, Sonic Highways.
During the weekend, the band released a new trailer for the upcoming special which follows the band across the country as they record their new record in eight different studios in eight different cities while also exploring the musical cultures with the musicians who call those places home.
In the trailer, the band also give fans a teaser for two new songs from the upcoming record. The tracks are titled, “The Feast and the Famine” and “Something for Nothing,” with the latter to be released on Thursday, Oct. 16 in full.
Sonic Highways the docu-series is set to premiere on the same day “Something for Nothing” will be released; this Thursday.
Their take over on Letterman begins today with not only a performance, but frontman Dave is set to be interviewed by the host. Guest musicians are also set to join the band throughout the week.
Sonic Highways, the album, will be released on Nov. 10 through Roswell Records, Grohl’s RCA imprint. Watch the new trailer for the eight-part docu-series here.