The emotional track is part of 7-Inches for Planned Parenthood, an album in benefit of the nonprofit organization, which also includes new or rare tracks from CHVRCHES, Sleater-Kinney, Bon Iver and more. Soldier was originally written during the recording process of their latest album, Concrete & Gold, but while it didn't make the album, it has now seen the light of day.
Dave Grohl and co. have joined a number of artists to feature on a compilation for the sexual health organisation. The song plays out well as a fun jam that probably wouldn't have fit on the rest of Concrete and Gold but works here. A physical box set of the release will be made available on November 17.
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Iranian officials are continuing attempts to divide the USA and its European allies on the nuclear deal and other issues. Reprinted with the permission of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, 1201 Connecticut Ave., N.W.
Foo Fighters have shared their contribution to the '7-inches for Planned Parenthood' compilation. If they succeed, millions of Americans will lose access to basic health services, including STD testing and treatment, birth control, and cancer screenings.
Meanwhile tickets for Foo Fighters' 2018 UK Stadium shows sold out this morning, as fans rushed to buy tickets for their shows in London and Manchester. "Am I the soldier that you want me to be?" He's Rick Astley! It's like he's Muhammad Ali!
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