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The calendar reads 2021, but nah, it’s really Foo Fighters Year.

On Feb. 5, the Foos return with Medicine at Midnight, their delayed tenth studio album and the followup to 2017’s Concrete And Gold, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Fans of Dave Grohl and Co. have had three tastes of Medicine: “Shame Shame, “Waiting on a War” and “No Son of Mine”.

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“Shame Shame” gave the future Hall of Famers a mention in the record books when it sprinted to No. 1 on Billboard’s Rock Airplay chart, for the Foos’ seventh leader, pulling them level with Green Day for the most in the tally’s history.

On Thursday (Jan. 14), Grohl’s 52nd birthday, the rockers belted out “Waiting on a War” and “No Son of Mine” for their guest spot on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

There were no fireworks, lasers or confetti cannons. Just the Foos going about the stuff they do: rock.

Watch below.

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