Foo Fighters unveil official Something From Nothing music video!

by Martin
Foo Fighters 'Sonic Highways' artwork which is due out in November
Foo Fighters will release their eighth album in November

Foo Fighters will release their eighth album in November

Last week American rockers released the first track from their forthcoming album ‘Sonic Highways’ the day before the HBO documentary of the same name aired in the US.

Now the band, fronted by Dave Grohl, have released the official music video for Something From Nothing and it has made us incredibly excited ahead of the launch of their new album next month.

‘Sonic Highways’ is the eighth studio album from the band and is due to be released on the 10th of November.

The first episode of the documentary aired on HBO on Friday, showcasing the recording of the album which takes place across eight cities – the first showing the band hard at work on the new release in Chicago.

‘Sonic Highways’ will air its second episode this Friday (24th) and will show the band recording in Washington D.C. with many more to come.

Fans of the band in the UK will also get the opportunity to see the documentary when it airs on BBC Four and BBC iPlayer beginning on Sunday the 26th of October.

BBC Four will air episodes one, two, seven and eight while BBC iPlayer will feature the remaining episodes exclusively online.

Foo Fighters 'Sonic Highways' artwork which is due out in November

Foo Fighters ‘Sonic Highways’ artwork which is due out in November

As for the video for first track ‘Something From Nothing’ it has been uploaded online and shows the band perform the track in a room with lyrics flashing on the screen.

The track itself has received a mixed bag of opinions from the internet, some are absolutely loving the track while others feel it’s just a revamp of old material.

What do you think? Check out the video below and let us know what you think in the comments below, is it the same old same old or do you (like us) love it?

Has it got you excited for ‘Sonic Highways’ – both the documentary and the album itself? Have you already preordered your copy? Get involved with us on Twitter and Facebook.

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