Foo Fighters' city-inspired album
Foo Fighters new album took inspiration from each city they recorded in. The band's bassist, Nate Mendel, has revealed that the group's new record, 'Sonic Highways', was influenced by the eight different US-based studios they worked in, including California, Washington and New Orleans, all of which played a part in inspiring them to create a different sound.
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