Foo Fighters’ new album, But Here We Are receives glowing reviews from music critics
Foo Fighters have finally dropped their eagerly awaited, hard-fought and already universally acclaimed new album, But Here We Are via Roswell Records/RCA Records/Sony Music Entertainment.
A testament to the healing powers of music, friendship and family, But Here We Are has been preceded by an ecstatically received quartet of its songs.
These four songs have demonstrated dimensions of sound and emotion that hint at the range and depth of this phenomenal landmark in the Foo Fighters canon: First single “Rescued” with its “fresh sense of pathos and urgency” (The New York Times); “Under You,” a “gruff, melodic rocker with bittersweet hooks” (Stereogum); “Show Me How,” with its "totally unexpected foray into shoegaze and dream-pop territory;” and the 10-minute “The Teacher”—all blazed radically diverse yet equally cathartic sonic paths. Now with today's revelation of the sublimely melodic “The Glass”, and five more FF instant classics, But Here We Are is finally out in the world.
Produced by Greg Kurstin and Foo Fighters, But Here We Are has received the warmest of welcomes—from the capacity crowds already signing along to every word of “Rescued” and “Under You” during the band’s triumphant return to the stage, to uniformly enthusiastic early critical reactions to the album.
Foo Fighters’ new album, But Here We Are is out now on all digital music platforms worldwide via Roswell Records/RCA Records/Sony Music Entertainment.