Foo Fighters released their new album ‘Concrete And Gold’ last month, and they’ve now shared a new track called ‘Soldier’, which is set to appear on a new compilation in support of Planned Parenthood.
The new song follows Sleater-Kinney’s contribution to the new release - ‘Here We Come’ - which was released yesterday (19th October).
‘7 Inches For Planned Parenthood’ comes out physically on 11th November, but is streaming in full now. It also features contributions from CHVRCHES, Björk, St Vincent, and the aforementioned Sleater-Kinney.
Also on the new release is live recording of Bon Iver’s ‘22, A MILLION’ track ’45’, and a song from The National’s Bryce Dessner.
Foo Fighters recently announced a handful of UK stadium dates for next year, including two dates at the London Stadium.
View the dates and listen to ‘Soldier’ below.
19 Manchester, Etihad Stadium
22 London, Stadium
23 London, Stadium
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