News Round-Up: Foo Fighters, Billie Eilish and more

Foo Fighters (Photo: Paul Bachmann for Live4ever Media)

Foo Fighters (Photo: Paul Bachmann for Live4ever Media)

Our recap of the biggest and best headlines we featured during the past seven days features new music from Foo Fighters and Billie Eilish.

As widely expected, Foo Fighters coincided their appearance on Saturday Night Live last weekend with the announcement of a new album entitled Medicine At Midnight

Recorded during the year of Dave Grohl’s 25th anniversary with the post-Nirvana outfit which has grown to be one of the biggest bands in the world, Foo Fighters’ tenth studio album was co-produced by Greg Kurstin and is due on February 5th 2021.

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Gerry Cinnamon has premiered a brand new single which will sit along side fresh recordings of Kampfire Vampire and Fickle McSelfish on a ‘definitive version’ of his second LP The Bonny.

Out in December, the expanded album will also have new artwork on its CD and vinyl formats as well as its Ghost single.

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Teaming up with producer extraordinaire Madlib, Loyle Carner has emerged into this grim year during its final stages with a new single entitled Yesterday.

Completed by a video co-directed with his brother Ryan, the whole package sees Carner expanding the lyrical boundaries from the day-to-day personal tales which have made his name.

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Billie Eilish playing Leeds Festival 2019 (Gary Mather for Live4ever)

Billie Eilish playing Leeds Festival 2019 (Gary Mather for Live4ever)

After a week of teasers, Billie Eilish has premiered her brand new single Therefore I Am.

The multi-Grammy winner has also directed the video, part of a busy few months which has taken in events such as the global live stream Where Do We Go? and the small matter of penning the theme song for the new James Bond film No Time To Die.

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The War On Drugs have premiered their cover of Warren Zevon’s Accidentally Like A Martyr which will feature on the LIVE DRUGS album when it’s released on November 20th.

Described by Adam Granduciel as, ‘so simple and true, you should ever be lucky to write a song that simple’, it’s a rare venture into the covers world for the band, but sits as an undoubted highlight of what is a quite stunning live record.

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After teasing the announcement on social media last week, Pale Waves have premiered their new single Change as BBC Radio 1’s Hottest Record in The World.

Just like the build-up to the release of their first record in 2018, the band have been patient whilst crafting Who Am I?, the follow-up which has now been confirmed for release via Dirty Hit on February 12th next year.

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