The members of Foo Fighters are old, man.
The band released an EP, Saint Cecilia, in late 2015 as a free download dedicated to the victims of the attack on Paris.
Talking about releasing new music, the rocker told Gordon Smart: "To hear it go out to the world, it's like you're letting something free and it's fantastic".
The band has been transformed into a bunch of elderly, white-haired men tasked with providing entertainment to patrons of a nursing home.
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The track begins softly with a gently strummed guitar over Dave Grohl's subdued vocals.
Foo Fighters released the song without warning and did not indicate whether it foreshadowed a full album on the way.
Prior to that, they released their eighth studio album, Sonic Highways, in 2014.
The Foo Fighters have been on an indefinite hiatus for the past few years, give or take an occasional gig, like a set honoring Tom Petty during Grammys week.
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