Dave Grohl and producer Greg Kurstin have introduced a brand new covers music collection to have a good time Hanukkah.
The pair will cowl eight songs by Jewish artists this month, one for every day of the vacation season.
“This 12 months, as a substitute of doing a Christmas music, Greg and I made a decision to have a good time Hanukkah by recording eight songs by eight well-known Jewish artists and releasing one music every night time of Hanukkah,” Grohl defined of the mission in a brand new teaser video, which you’ll be able to watch under.
“With all of the mishegas of 2020, Greg Kurstin & I have been kibbitzing about how we might make Hannukah extra-special this 12 months,” he added in a tweet. “Pageant of Lights?! How a couple of competition of tasty LICKS! So maintain on to your tuchuses… we’ve obtained one thing particular coming in your shayna punims.”
With all of the mishegas of 2020, @GregKurstin & I have been kibbitzing about how we might make Hannukah extra-special this 12 months. Pageant of Lights?! How a couple of competition of tasty LICKS! So maintain on to your tuchuses… we’ve obtained one thing particular coming in your shayna punims.
— Foo Fighters (@foofighters) December 10, 2020
No particulars have but been revealed concerning which songs the pair shall be overlaying, however the celebration is about to start at present (December 10), and run till subsequent Friday (December 18).
The Hanukkah Periods! will precede the discharge of Foo Fighters’ new tenth studio album ‘Medication At Midnight’. The album is about for launch on February 5, 2021, and the band just lately shared its first single, the dark ‘Shame Shame’.
“That is our Saturday night time social gathering album,” Grohl told NME of the new record recently. “It was written and sequenced in a method that you simply placed on, and 9 songs later you’ll simply put it on once more.”
Foo Fighters additionally just lately shared a new short documentary called ‘Times Like Those’, celebrating their 25 years as a band.