Foo Fighters played their first full-band concert of 2023 at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion at Meadowbrook in Guilford, New Hampshire on Wednesday. The show was a kind of warm-up before the band’s summer festival appearance. It was also the Foo Fighters’ first public gig with new drummer Josh Freese, who replaced the late Taylor Hawkins.
The track listing spanned a total of 21 songs, and started with “Rescued”, the lead single from their new album, But here we are. They also previewed the album with performances of “Under You”, “Nothing At All”, and the album’s title track.
Other notable anthologies included the first performance of “Cold Day in the Sun” in five years, “Shame Shame” with Violet Grohl on vocals, and the thirty-three finale set “Best of You,” “Aurora,” and “Everlong” . See the full track list and fan snaps below.
The Foo Fighters will then head to Boston to headline the Boston Calling this weekend. They are also scheduled to appear at Bonnaroo, Louder Than Life, Austin City Limits and Riot Fest, as well as playing headline dates with support from The Breeders. Tickets for all of their shows are now on sale here.
But here we are It is set to be released on the 2nd of June.
Foo Fighters setup list:
Rescued (debut live)
I don’t have it
learning to fly
Beneath You (Live Debut)
But Here We Are (debut live)
Heaven is alive
This is an invitation
all my life
Nothing at All (debut live)
Shame Shame (with Violet Grohl on vocals)
A cold day in the sun
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