Foo Fighters’ Chris Shiflett shares new solo song, “Black Top White Lines”

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Foo Fighters guitarist Chris Shiflett has premiered a new solo song, a country rocker called “Black Top White Lines.”

“Thematically it felt like it turned a classic country trope on its head a little,” Shiflett says of the tune.

You can listen to “Black Top White Lines” now via digital outlets and watch its accompanying lyric video streaming now on YouTube.

“Black Top White Lines” follows Shiflett’s two 2022 singles, “Long, Long Year” and “Born & Raised.” He’s also been working on a new solo album, which is due out later this year.

Shiflett’s previously released two solo albums, 2017’s West Coast Town and 2019’s Hard Lessons.

In addition to working on his solo material, Shiflett will join the rest of Foo Fighters for a number of festivals this year, including Bonnaroo and Boston Calling. The shows mark the band’s live comeback following the death of drummer Taylor Hawkins last March.

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