Foo Fighters announce Record Store Day disco record

Hail Satin will be available July 17th

Foo Fighters are releasing a record under their disco alter ego – The Dee Gees. Hail Satin will be available on July 17th as a limited edition vinyl album packaged era-appropriately in a dazzling rainbow mylar sleeve. The set is the bipolar party record of the summer and is available exclusively as part of the second Record Store Day Drops.

Side A features Grohl, Hawkins, Mendel, Smear, Shiflett and Jaffee lighting up the floor at Foo Fighters’ 606 studios with faithful renditions of five stone cold Brothers Gibb classics — Bee Gees bangers “You Should Be Dancing,” Night Fever,” “Tragedy” and “More Than A Woman” + Andy Gibb’s “Shadow Dancing” — while side B literally rocks the party with live at 606 renditions of roughly half of Foo Fighters pandemic panacea album Medicine at Midnight.

The Dee Gees Hail Satin was recorded entirely at 606.

Having confirmed their appearances atop the 2021 lineups of Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo and BottleRock, Foo Fighters are returning to the road on the 25th 26th Anniversary Tour this summer. The first set of dates kick off July 28th and wrap August 9th with Redkey as support.

The band will kick off the trek with the first full capacity show in New York since March 2020 at Madison Square Garden on June 20th. This historic moment will mark Foo Fighters ushering in the post-COVID arena rock era with Madison Square Garden’s first concert in more than 460 days.

Side A: The Dee Gees

  1. You Should Be Dancing
  2. Night Fever
  3. Tragedy
  4. Shadow Dancing
  5. More Than a Woman

Side B: Live at 606

  1. Making A Fire
  2. Shame Shame
  3. Waiting on a War
  4. No Son of Mine
  5. Cloudspotter

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