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Foo Fighters are back with new songs and a headlining slot at Glastonbury

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Earlier this year, the Foo Fighters announced that they’d be ending their 19-month public hiatus, returning to U.S. stages for Napa’s BottleRock Festival this May. British fans of the band are in luck, though, with Consequence Of Sound reporting that Dave Grohl and company held a surprise concert in Frome, UK earlier tonight. Not only did the Fighters take the time to confirm that they’ll be headlining England’s massive Glastonbury Festival this summer, but they also debuted two new songs.

The band’s live stream of the event is over, but a number of YouTubers have captured portions of the concert. The band played most of their biggest hits—opening with “Learn To Fly,” and ending with “Everlong,”—but also included the live debut of “Sean” off of 2015’s Saint Cecilia, plus new songs “Keep Your Pretty Promise to Yourself” and “Run With Me.”


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