Foo Fighters Drops New Music Video for “Shame Shame”
- Last Saturday, American rock band Foo Fighters performed their new song “Shame Shame” on Saturday Night Live.
Following the TV, the band dropped a new music video for the song on November 11th. Directed by Paola Kudacki. The track was produced by Foo Fighters and Greg Kurstin.
The band shared on social media, “ShameShame is a very meaningful song and it's a very meaningful visual – different than anything we've ever done before.”
The song will appear on their upcoming 10th studio album “Medicine At Midnight”, which is set to be released February 5, 2021.
Lead vocal Dave Grohl told Radio X about the video, “The video for this song was inspired by a dream I had when I was 14 years old. So a dream I had when I was 14 or 15 I was standing at this hill and there was a coffin on fire at the top of this hill next to this dead tree, so I go running up to the coffin and I'm trying to open it to save whoever is in it and I'm like burning my hands and whatever. But I had lived through this dream my entire life and finally when I wrote the song, I thought 'Oh my god I think I've finally wrote a song about this dream that I had when I was 14.”
The Foo Fighters also released details for a special livestream concert that will air from the Roxy in Hollywood on November 14th.
- source : Radio X