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14 August 2017, 10:49
Dave Grohl and co. are keeping tight-lipped about one huge star featuring on their new album, but could they have already blown it?
Foo Fighters have talked about their decision not to reveal a guest star on their new album.
Watch ET Canada's video below:
Concrete And Gold is set for release on 15 September this year, and while the Learn To Fly rockers have kept tight-lipped in public about the pop star who features on their album, Taylor Hawkins thinks he already may have spilled the beens privately.
Asked about the mysterious guest, Grohl told ET Canada: "Well there's one person that's on the record that we agreed we wouldn't say anything to anybody".
Hawkins replied: "I think I my have already said something to someone."
Luckily the pair were just talking about the fact that The Beatles legend Paul McCartney drummed on their new LP, and apparently it only took him two takes.
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Meanwhile, Liam Gallagher has mused that Dave Grohl "ruined it" when he continued touring with a broken leg.
When asked about the Foo Fighters frontman and his famous throne, the Oasis rocker told GQ Magazine: “He ruined it for all of us. He broke his leg and still toured. Who does that? Now if I have a ‘cold’ I can’t cancel because I’ll look like a wuss.”
One gig Grohl couldn't play however, was their headline slot at Glastonbury 2015, which saw the band replaced by Florence + The Machine.
This year Grohl paid tribute to his friend Florence Welch by singing their Times Like These anthem back to her on the Pyramid Stage.
Watch the moment here:
Dave Grohl pays tribute to Florence
The Foo Fighters frontman thanks the singer for standing in for them two years ago.
Watch Glen Campbell, who sadly passed away last week, perform his version of the Foos track. which comes from his covers album:
Glen Campbell sings Foo Fighters