The Foo Fighters have spent 25 years rocking your rocks off. But on their upcoming as-yet-untitled 10th album they're ready to loosen things up a bit. In an interview with L.A. radio station 98.7, Dave Grohl compared the next chapter in the band's evolution to an iconic 1983 David Bowie pop crossover album.
“It’s filled with these anthemic, huge sing-along rock songs,” Grohl said in comparing the next Foos effort to Bowie's 15th album, Let's Dance, which was co-produced by Chic's Nile Rodgers and featured three of his biggest hits, including the title track and swinging "Modern Love."
In honor of Mother's Day, Grohl's mom, Virginia, was on the Zoom call as well, talking about the documentary TV series they are developing based on her 2017 book about the bond between mothers and their musical children, From Cradle to Stage.