Foo Fighters Release DC Ode – The Feast and the Famine

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Tonight, HBO premieres the second episode of the Foo Fighters docu-series –Sonic Highways. This week’s installment focuses on the musical history of Washington, DC through the band’s eyes and is expected to show the recording of Sonic Highways track “The Feast and the Famine” -which was just released by Foo Fighters.

“The Feast and the Famine” was recorded at Inner East Studio in Arlington, Virginia. While Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick helped record “Something From Nothing,” the song featured in last week’s episode, D.C. punk rockers Bad Brains appear on “The Feast and the Famine” with Dave Grohl and Co.

Take a listen to “The Feast and the Famine”:

Sonic Highways, the album, is due on November 10. Tune in to HBO tonight at 11 p.m. ET to watch the new episode of Sonic Highways, the docu-series.

This Sunday, CBS’s 60 Minutes features a segment on Foo Fighters hosted by Anderson Cooper. Anderson caught up with Foos in New Orleans. Check out a preview of the feature including a cameo by Trombone Shorty: