If you head Foo Fighters‘ cover of the Bee Gees song “You Should Be Dancing” earlier this year and thought, “I wish there were more of these,” then you’re in luck.
Dave Grohl and company are dropping a new album called Hail Satin for Record Store Day on July 17. The record, which is being released under the name Dee Gees, includes covers of four Bee Gees songs — “You Should Be Dancing,” “Night Fever,” “Tragedy” and “More Than a Woman” — as well as a rendition of “Shadow Dancing,” which was a hit for the trio’s younger brother, Andy Gibb.
The flip side of the vinyl LP includes performances of five songs off the new Foos album Medicine at Midnight, recorded at the band’s Studio 606.
“For optimal results, listen with exposed chest hair and little gold spoon necklace,” a press release suggests. “If you know, you know…”
If you’d like to be dancing in person with Foo Fighters, the band will perform at New York City’s Madison Square Garden this Sunday, June 20. It’s the first full-capacity concert taking place at the famed arena since March 2020.
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