If you’re a fan of the Foo Fighters, you going to love this. The band is digging into the archives for a series of releases they’re calling the “Foo Files” with a new live EP.
The new release is a three-song affair and is called 00950025 and contains what is being called, some “elusive live tracks.”
The first two songs, “For All the Cows” and B-side “Wattershed” are taken from the bands epic 1995 headlining performance at Reading Festival. As for the third recording, this is a version of “Next Year” from a concert in Melbourne, Australia in 2000.
It looks as if this first release is part of a new archival series the Foo’s are planning. They took to social media to tweet about the release, saying: “A good day to take a look in the Foo Files. How about a few elusive Live tracks?…you never know what we’ve got up our sleeves…”
A good day to take a look in the Foo Files. 🧐
How about a few elusive Live tracks? https://t.co/9RXxBRnc1J
We've seen some Reading '95 tweets, officially submit them now (or any FF story you like) here: https://t.co/K0kp4XBaiP
…you never know what we've got up our sleeves… pic.twitter.com/VHFqsPVs1s
— Foo Fighters (@foofighters) July 5, 2019
As well as the new music the boys have asked fans to send in photos, videos, and stories related to the band. They even have a website called “Tell Us Your Foo Fighters Story” where you can submit.
When you get to the site it says: “We want to hear about YOU. Did you capture a great photo of your crew at a Foo show? Have a memory tied to a Foo Fighters album or song? Or maybe just want to send a message to the band? Share your Foo Fighters story and include any photos, videos or memorabilia.”
The plot thickens.