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Listen to Two New Foo Fighters Songs Off of ‘Sonic Highways’

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HBO has released a brand-new extended trailer for the upcoming Foo Fighters documentary series, ‘Sonic Highways.’ Not only do fans get a new peek at what to expect from the doc, but there are also two new songs from the Foos’ new album featured in the trailer as well.

The catch? You can only listen to them and peep the trailer via HBOGo, here.

The two very different songs are titled ‘Something From Nothing’ and ‘Feast and the Famine.’  The first track is way more mellow than the crazed, rocking second track. The lyrics and instrumentation are a lot clearer than what we heard in those 8-second clips in former previews for the series.

During the preview, the band also mentions appearances on the album and show by Heart, Dolly Parton, Chuck D, Willie Nelson, Mike D, LL Cool J, Joan Jett, Bonnie Raitt, Buddy Guy, Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen, Gary Clark Jr. and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band. ‘Sonic Highways’ is due out Nov. 10 via Roswell Records, and its complementary HBO series premieres on Oct. 17.

Next: 10 Best Foo Fighters Songs

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