Glastonbury fever is in the air and one of the festival's headliners - Foo Fighters - has conveniently dropped big news about their next album.
The band have announced that their new album, called Concrete And Gold, will be released on September 15. The album will be their ninth studio record and first since keyboardist Rami Jaffee was confirmed as permanent band member following his years of touring with the group.
Dave Grohl said in a statement: "I wanted it to be the biggest sounding Foo Fighters record ever. To make a gigantic rock record but with Greg Kurstin’s sense of melody and arrangement… Motorhead’s version of Sgt. Pepper… or something like that.”
Well that's one way of piling pressure on yourself, isn't it? Greg Kurstin mentioned above is P!nk and Adele's long-time producer and is now working with the Foos for the first time.
Concrete And Gold features the lead single Run, which was released on June 1, and has so far peaked at Number 64 on the Official Singles Chart, and is A List on BBC Radio 1's playlist.
So far in their career, Foo Fighters have scored three Number 1 albums on the Official Albums Chart, their most recent being 2011's Wasting Light. Their eighth studio album Sonic Highways peaked at Number 2 following a huge chart battle with Pink Floyd in 2014.
The full track listing for Concrete and Gold is:
3. Make It Right
4. The Sky Is A Neighborhood
5. La Dee Da
6. Dirty Water
8. Happy Ever After (Zero Hour)
9. Sunday Rain
10. The Line
11. Concrete and Gold