Listen To The Foo Fighters Debut Bonus Song "Soldier"

Image via Planned Parenthood

Image via Planned Parenthood

Dave Grohl croons over a ringing electric guitars. You can listen to the new Foo song below. The track is called "Soldier", and it's available now for digital download.

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Contemplative and somewhat subdued, "Soldier" tends to harken back to some of the group's early work, lacking some of the powerful riffs and singalong choruses that the band have since become known for. He's Rick Astley! It's like he's Muhammad Ali!

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