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Foo Fighters tease collaboration with Japanese sake brewery

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It looks like Foo Fighters are planning to release their own brand of sake.

On their Twitter, Dave Grohl and company have shared a video of what appears to be a sake brewery with their new single, “Shame Shame,” playing in the background. The clip ends with the band’s name stylized like Japanese characters.

“Stay tuned…,” the caption reads, along with a Japan flag emoji. The tweet also tags the Japanese sake brewery Tatenokawa.

If a Foo-branded sake is indeed in the works, it’ll be the second alcohol-related collaboration from the band over the last few months. During a Late Show interview last fall, Grohl revealed that Coors had made a signature Foo Fighters beer can to celebrate the group’s 25th anniversary tour, which ultimately got canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Shame Shame” is the lead single off the upcoming Foo Fighters album Medicine at Midnight, due out February 5.

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