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"We've never played this before to anybody."

By Abby Hassler

Dave Grohl, backed by Foo Fighters’ Taylor Hawkins and longtime collaborator Rami Jaffee, debuted a new song, “The Sky Is A Neighborhood,” Monday night (May 16) at the Acoustic 4 a Cure benefit show in San Francisco.

Up on stage, Grohl told the crowd, “I figured on the way up here, I thought we would play a new song. We’ve never played this before to anybody.”

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Grohl nearly drowns out his backing band, singing, “The sky is a neighborhood, don’t make a sound. Lights coming up ahead, don’t look down.”

The band’s last release was the 2015 Saint Cecilia EP.

Listen to “The Sky Is A Neighborhood” below.

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