Foo Fighters’ Chris Shiflett Unveils New Single ‘Lengthy, Lengthy Yr’

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Foo Fighters’ guitarist Chris Shiflett has launched his new single, “Lengthy, Lengthy Yr,” from a forthcoming solo album. Shiflett’s newest solo album will arrive in 2023. A second single might be launched in early September.

His earlier solo album, Laborious Classes, was launched in 2019.


“Lengthy, Lengthy Yr” is a mirrored image of a lost-love story that came about in the course of the desolate yr of the COVID lockdown. Shiflett questions within the monitor’s first line, “Ya ever really feel like we’ve been had? / Child how’d it ever get this unhealthy?” earlier than admitting that his crush on her started in March 2020.

“I spent a variety of time alone at my studio in L.A. in the course of the first a part of the lockdown simply woodshedding tunes,” Shiflett mentioned in a press release. “The road ‘It’s been a protracted, lengthy yr’ was rattling round my head for apparent causes, however I framed it as a love tune.”

The brand new single was tracked throughout a visit Shiflett took to Nashville, the place he carried out alongside and was impressed by rock and roots musicians well-versed in mixing genres. They included bassist Jack Lawrence (Jack White, Wanda Jackson), drummer Julian Doro (Eagles of Demise Steel, The Whigs), keyboardist Mike Webb, metal guitarist Luke Schneider and mandolinist/concord vocalist Sierra Hull. It was produced by Grammy-winner Vance Powell (Jack White, the Lifeless Climate).

Shiflett and his Foo Fighters bandmates will return to the stage to salute drummer Taylor Hawkins, who died on March 25, at two tribute live performances in September in London and Los Angeles.


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