Medicine at Midnight
Foo Fighters released their 10th studio album Medicine at Midnight on February 5th. The album comes on the cusp of the band’s 25th anniversary, a possible Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, and a pending massive world tour.
The band had the album ready to roll by February 2020, just weeks before the world took a massive dump on everyone. Rather than waiting for the world to “return to normal,” the guys decided to release the album sooner than later.
Since then, Foo Fighters have been promoting the record nonstop, including premiering “Shame, Shame” on Saturday Night Live and performing “Waiting on a War” at President Joe Biden’s inauguration.
Being gigantic Foo Fighters fans, Mark and Nate are giddy to share their thoughts on the new album. Both have differing thoughts on Medicine at Midnight, though the guys agree that is an enjoyable listen.
Here our track-by-track thoughts on the hottest album in rock and roll. Love live the Foos!
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For more Foo Fighters talk, check out our special episode celebrating 25 years of the band below.
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