FOO FIGHTERS have released a surprise live EP. Titled "00950025", the three-song effort features "elusive live tracks," namely performances of "For All the Cows" and "Wattershed" from the band's headline set at 1995's Reading festival, as well as a live recording of "Next Year" from a 2000 concert in Melbourne, Australia.
Earlier today, FOO FIGHTERS tweeted: "A good day to take a look in the Foo Files. How about a few elusive Live tracks?" The band has also asked fans to submit their FOO FIGHTERS stories, from Reading '95 or elsewhere. A post on the newly launched FOO FIGHTERS webpage called Tell Us Your Foo Fighters Story reads: "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."
FOO FIGHTERS are continuing to tour in support of their 2017 album, "Concrete And Gold". Although the disc reached the top of the Billboard chart, it failed to earn gold certification in the sales department. But the band remains a touring behemoth, having played 71 shows between June 2017 and June 2018, with an average gross of more than $1 million per stop.
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