Foo Fighters Announce New Album, ‘But Here We Are,’ Drop Lead Single ‘Rescued’

‘But Here We Are’ is the Foo Fighters’ first album release since the death of Taylor Hawkins and will drop June 2.

Jackie Kolgraf
April 19, 2023

Foo Fighters have released their first new music since the passing of drummer Taylor Hawkins in March 2022. The song, titled “Rescued,” is out now and will serve as the lead single and lead-off track from the band’s eleventh studio album, But Here We Are, dropping June 2. Listen to it now below.

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In a statement, the band described But Here We Are as “a brutally honest and emotionally raw response to everything [they have] endured over the last year … a testament to the healing powers of music, friendship and family.” It will be a fresh and deeper take on the sound of their 1995 debut.

Foo Fighters But Here We Are Tracklist

Under You
Hearing Voices
But Here We Are
The Glass
Nothing At All
Show Me How
Beyond Me
The Teacher

The new album, produced by Greg Kurstin and Foo Fighters, is available for pre-order now with “Rescued” as an instant grat.

Foo Fighters haven’t released a studio album since 2021’s Medicine at Midnight. After Taylor Hawkins’ death, they canceled their remaining scheduled performances and only took the stage for two tribute shows at the end of 2022. Although no replacement drummer has been announced yet, the band is set to begin headlining major music festivals across the country — including Boston Calling, Sonic Temple, and Bonnaroo — starting next month.