New Album Out Today on Roswell Records/RCA Records

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Foo Fighters’ eagerly awaited, hard-fought and already universally acclaimed new album, But Here We Are, is released today, June 2, 2023, on Roswell Records/RCA Records.

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), “a gruff, melodic rocker with bittersweet hooks” (Stereogum) in “Under You,” the “totally unexpected foray into shoegaze and dream-pop territory” that was “Show Me How,” and the “powerful goodbyes” (SPIN) of 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” (check out the visualizer HERE), 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 and its songs including:

“A brilliant meditation on grief… the best Foo Fighters album since the turn of the millennium.” – Consequence

But Here We Are is a standout… quite possibly their best and most meaningful album.” — Goldmine

“Driven by a fresh sense of pathos and urgency.” – The New York Times

“Delivers everything fans have come to know and love about the Foos.” – Revolver

“One of the most powerful collection of songs in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame outfit‘s lengthy catalog… But Here We Are is a life raft extended between band and audience alike.. Music has the power to heal, and this is a record for healing.” – Rock Cellar

“One of the strongest albums of the band’s career… reckoning with the conundrums of human existence through the sheer power of music.” – SPIN

“It’s what happens when loud, catchy, radio-friendly rock music is buoyed by tangible passion… The singles have been strong — ‘Rescued” a proper anthem, ‘Under You’ a Jawbreaker-esque power-pop gem… Foo Fighters’ sadness comes through, but the album is too fleet-footed to be maudlin or morose.” – Stereogum

“A record that channels grief into some of the biggest sounding songs Foo Fighters have ever made.” – Ultimate Classic Rock

“Memorable and meaningful” — USA Today

“This leap from the personal to the universal is the essence of Foo Fighters… confirms that Mr. Grohl’s instincts about how music can help us process and transcend even our darkest moments are absolutely correct… a powerful, melodic work of mourning.” – The Wall Street Journal

Foo Fighters are currently in the midst of the But Here We Are world tour. For a complete list of dates, go to: