Foo Fighters Debut New Single 'Shame Shame' On 'Saturday Night Live'

By Katrina Nattress

November 8, 2020

Fans were in for a special treat when Foo Fighters took the Saturday Night Live stage last night (November 7). After discussing new music nearly all year, Dave Grohl and company debuted a new single, "Shame Shame," live, and dropped it on streaming platforms just moments later.

They also performed a dramatic reworking of their 2003 hit "Times Like These," which has become the unofficial anthem of 2020.

Watch Foo Fighters perform "Shame Shame" and "Times Like These" on SNL below.

"Shame Shame" is the lead single off the Foos' upcoming 10th studio album, which they officially announced following SNL. The album is called Medicine at Midnight and is slated for a February 5, 2021 release.

Though just announced, the band has been giving details about the album for months — including a rather spooky story about their recording studio being haunted. “We would open up a Pro Tools session and tracks would be missing. There were some tracks that were put on there that we didn’t put on there. But just like weird open mic noises. Nobody playing an instrument or anything like that, just an open mic recording a room,” he explained at the time.

Pre-order Medicine at Midnight here and check out the tracklisting below.

Medicine at Midnight Tracklist

Making a Fire

Shame Shame

Cloudspotter

Waiting on a War

Medicine at Midnight

No Son of Mine

Holding Poison

Chasing Birds

Love Dies Young

Photo: Andreas Neumann

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