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Foo Fighters drop archival live EP, request fan stories for 25th anniversary

The new EP could be hinting at the 25th anniversary of their debut album.

July 5, 2019
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Foo Fighters are digging into their past with an archival series of releases dubbed the “Foo Files” with a new live EP.

The three-song release is called 00950025 and contains some “elusive live tracks.”

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The EP pulls together performances of “For All the Cows” and B-side “Wattershed” from the band’s 1995 headlining performance at Reading Festival. The third recording is of “Next Year” from a concert in Melbourne, Australia in 2000.

The new release seems to be a part of a new archival series the band are planning. In a tweet showing the release, the band wrote “A good day to take a look in the Foo Files. How about a few elusive Live tracks?…you never know what we’ve got up our sleeves…”

Some fans are speculating the live EP is tied to the 25th anniversary of their debut album give its title.

Along with the new release, the band are also requesting fans to send them photos, videos, stories and more related to the band. They’ve launched a site called “Tell Us Your Foo Fighters Story” where they can submit these pieces.

The band writes on the site, “We want to hear about YOU. Did you capture a great photo of your crew at a Foo show? Have a memory tied to a Foo Fighters album or song? Or maybe just want to send a message to the band? Share your Foo Fighters story and include any photos, videos or memorabilia.”

Check out the new EP below!

What do you think of the new Foo Fighters archival release? Let us know in the comments below.

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Written by Joe Smith-Engelhardt