Dave Grohl has stated he’s nervous about individuals listening to the Foo Fighters‘ new album and admitted when he performs new music to strangers, he looks like a ”six-year-old child together with his pants down”.

The Foos frontman revealed final month that the band had finished work on the follow-up to 2017’s ‘Concrete & Gold‘ as they put together to rejoice their 25th anniversary.

Grohl additionally not too long ago teased that the file is “unlike anything we’ve ever done”.

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But the frontman has now admitted that he’s apprehensive about individuals listening to it.

He informed MOJO journal: ”I’ve by no means entered into the album course of considering, ‘We’re the best, most wonderful, greatest band on the planet.’

”You may persuade your self of that whenever you’re in a room listening to shit you’ve simply recorded. But the second you hit play in entrance of a roomful of strangers, you turn into a six-year-old child together with his pants down at college. Absolutely. You’re simply [fearful].”

Dave Grohl admits nerves ahead of new Foo Fighters album: “You turn into a six-year-old” - EpicNews

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Drummer Taylor Hawkins additionally opened up concerning the new route the band are taking.

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“We’ve kind of become the AC/DC of post-grunge or whatever. So, the reaction is going to be interesting. It’s the most pop fantastic album we’ve ever made,” he stated.

”But I had a exhausting time making this file as a result of I used to be like Roger Taylor within the Queen film. ‘We’re resorting to drum loops?’ I nearly really feel like Dave likes chaos a little bit then likes to regulate it.”

The band not too long ago confirmed that their 25th anniversary van tour has been postponed because the US continues to battle coronavirus.

The rock giants announced plans last month to rejoice the milestone by touring the identical stops as their first US tour again in 1995.

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