Foo Fighters Stream “The Feast And The Famine”

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Just a week after fans devoured “Something From Nothing,” Foo Fighters have shared another song off their highly anticipated new album.

“The Feast And The Famine” arrived online early this morning. The track is the second to surface off Foo Fighters’ Sonic Highways album, which found the band recording eight songs across eight US cities, and it is the result of the band’s time in Washington D.C. You can stream the song, in full, below:

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl is a DC regular, so it’s probably safe to assume this song is a little special. It was recorded at Inner Ear Studios, the Arlington, Virginia site where countless Dischord classics were created.

Sonic Highways is slated for release in November. Comment below and let us know your thoughts on “The Feast And The Famine.”

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