Foo Fighters are launching Medicine at Midnight Radio on Apple Music Hits.
The six-part series, which airs every night this week starting Monday at 7 p.m. ET, will feature a different Foo member each episode speaking on their “personal inspirations” and “musical journeys,” as well as the the “creative process” that went into the band’s just-released new album, Medicine at Midnight.
Bassist Nate Mendel will host the first episode, followed by guitarist Chris Shiflett on Tuesday, keyboardist Rami Jaffee on Wednesday, drummer Taylor Hawkins on Thursday, frontman Dave Grohl on Friday, and guitarist Pat Smear on Saturday.
“We’re going to listen to some music,” says Grohl. “I’ll tell you some stories, play you some new songs, play you some songs that inspired me when I was young…kind of take you from the beginning all the way up to today.”
In other Foo Fighters news, the band released a new video for the Medicine at Midnight song “No Son of Mine” over the weekend. You can watch that streaming now on YouTube.
Medicine at Midnight, the 10th Foo Fighters album, dropped last Friday. It includes the singles “Shame Shame” and “Waiting on a War.”
By Josh Johnson
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