In their first American late-night TV performance since drummer Taylor Hawkins’ death in March 2022, Foo Fighters appeared for the ninth time last night (Oct. 28) on NBC’s Saturday Night Live to perform two songs from their latest album, But Here We Are. Introduced by guest star Christopher Walken, Dave Grohl-led group first played the powerful single “Rescued” and was joined later by singer/songwriter H.E.R. for a previously unannounced version of the more restrained “The Glass.”
No stranger to covering rockers such as Lenny Kravitz and Queen as well as the Arrows-penned, Joan Jett popularized “I Love Rock’n’Roll,” H.E.R. has also recorded her version of “The Glass,” with release details to be announced. The Foos have only performed the song eight times in nearly 40 shows this year, most recently during an Oct. 12 taping for the PBS series Austin City Limits.
More from Spin:
- Chris Shiflett Taps Into Americana On Third Solo LP
- Foo Fighters Welcome Shania Twain For ‘Best Of You’ In Austin
- Foo Fighters To Rock U.S. Stadiums Next Summer
Elsewhere during the Nate Bargatze-hosted episode, the Foos got into…