The Foo Fighters are opening up their vault.
The Dave Grohl-led band has released an archival three-song live EP to celebrate the the 24th anniversary of its self-titled debut album. “A good day to take a look in the Foo Files,” the band tweeted Saturday (July 5). “How about a few elusive Live tracks?”
The mysterious EP, titled 00950025, features two rare tracks from the group’s 1995 Reading Festival set, “Wattershed” and “For All the Cows.” The third is “Next Year,” from the album There Is Nothing Left to Lose, recorded at a 2000 concert in Melbourne, Australia.
In addition to new live recordings, the Foo Fighters are also asking fans to submit photos, videos, and memorable stories to a link provided in their tweet. “You never know what we’ve got up our sleeves,” the message reads.
Stream the Foo’s 00950025 live EP below.
A good day to take a look in the Foo Files. —
How about a few elusive Live tracks? https://t.co/9RXxBRnc1J
We’ve seen some Reading ’95 tweets, officially submit them now (or any FF story you like) here: https://t.co/K0kp4XBaiP
…you never know what we’ve got up our sleeves… pic.twitter.com/VHFqsPVs1s
— Foo Fighters (@foofighters) July 5, 2019