The band are in the midst of a world tour support their latest LP ‘But Here We Are’
After much speculation, Foo Fighters are confirmed to be performing at Glastonbury this year. The band was rumored to be a surprise addition to the festival, playing under the moniker The Churn Ups. A Twitter account for The Churn Ups, which surfaced on May 30, recently changed its profile and cover photos to Foo Fighters’ new album cover. Now, a photo of a flag flying at Glastonbury that reads “Churn It Up” was just posted to the Foo Fighters’ official twitter account with the hashtag “glastonbury2023” and a photo of Dave Grohl backstage has been circulating online.
UK fans not in attendance can tune in to BBC Player to stream the festival live.
Foo Fighters’ new album, But Here We Are, arrived on June 2. The album debuted at No. 1 on the UK Albums chart. It is available now on black vinyl, white vinyl, CD, cassette, and digital download.
On May 21, Foo Fighters confirmed new drummer Josh Freese. On May 24, Foo Fighters made their return to the stage at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion in Gilford, New Hampshire. Over Memorial Day Weekend, the band perform at Boston Calling and Sonic Temple. On May 30, they played an exclusive club show opening the all-new Atlantic in Washington, D.C.
Over the weekend, Foo Fighters headlined Bonnaroo in Manchester, Tennessee (U.S.). The band will continue their festival run this summer with appearances at Sea Hear Now, Riot Fest, and more. The band’s 2023 headlining performances will take place across the U.S. though October. The Breeders, Garbage, The Pretty Reckless, Wet Leg, and Taipei Houston will serve as special guests on select dates. Tickets for all shows are on sale now HERE.