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13 September 2017, 13:10
Dave Grohl and co. are sharing snippets of their Concrete and Gold LP ahead of its release this Friday 15 September.
Foo Fighters are teasing second-long snippets of their Concrete and Gold album.
After returning with singles Run, and The Sky Is A Neighbourhood, the Learn To Fly rockers are now whetting their fans' appetites by unlocking "vaults" of music each day in the run up to the LPs release this Friday.
The band explained: "Our new album Concrete and Gold is here and we're revealing the secrets one vault at a time.
"When each vault lock fills with gold, click to open it. Scroll down for more vaults."
Some tracks, give us a taste of some of the great rock riffs we've become accustomed to.
However, others tease softer, more poppy vocal harmonies, which could show-off their guest spots from Boys II Men's Shawn Stockman and Justin Timberlake.
Visit vault.foofighters.com to hear everything they've revealed so far.
Meanwhile, the Foos are set to play The O2, London on Tuesday 19 September, and are making their stay in the capital count.
To celebrate the release of their new LP, the band have announced they'll be opening a pop-up pub in Bethnal Green.
The Foo Fighters Arms will be functional from 15-20 September on 339 Cambridge Heath Road, and boasts a launch party, exclusive merchandise, a Foo Fighters beer and a pub quiz.
Announcing the news on the pub's website foofightersarms.com, Dave Grohl and co. said: "Foo Fighters are proud to announce the opening of the Foo Fighters Arms in London for one week only. Doors will open to the public on 15th September to celebrate the release of their new album Concrete and Gold and will host a series of events for both fans and the general public. There'll be Foo Fighters beers and exclusive merchandise on sale throughout the week. Keep an eye on the band's social media channels to find out more."
Earlier this week, comes after Dave Grohl revealed he "wouldn't be walking" without Paul McCartney.
The Foos frontman said the Beatles legend - who features on the band's upcoming album - gave him plenty of support and helped put him in touch with "some good" doctors.
"He and his family basically set up my entire surgery in London after I broke my leg. It still blows my mind.
"I wouldn't be playing music if it wasn't for Paul McCartney because I learned how to play guitar with Beatles songbooks and playing along to Beatles records.
"But I also would not be walking right now if it was not for Paul McCartney. He knows some good f***ing doctors."
Watch as Dave Grohl sings Times Like These back to Florence Welch this year, after she filled in for Foo Fighters at Glastonbury 2015:
See Foo Fighters' animated trailer for Concrete and Gold here: