Foo Fighters Are Becoming the Dee Gees for a Bee Gees Covers Record

It will come for the next Record Store Day Drop
Foo Fighters Are Becoming the Dee Gees for a Bee Gees Covers Record
We sure hope you liked Dave Grohl singing ultra-high Bee Gees style because we're about to get a Bee Gees covers album of sorts from Foo Fighters.

The album is actually being credited as the Dee Gees, and it's being titled Hail Satin. Get it?

Today Grohl and co. confirmed the record is coming for the next Record Store Day Drop on July 17. Side 1 of the album will find the Foos taking on four Bee Gees covers, as well as a rendition of Andy Gibb's "Shadow Dancing." Side 2, however, will feature the group doing five live versions of songs from Foos' most recent album Medicine at Midnight.

Check out the tracklist below, as well as the pretty goofy new promo shot of the band above. There's also a quick clip of Ghohl hitting those high highs below for a taste of what we're in for.
  Hail Satin:

Side A — The Dee Gees:

A1. 
You Should Be Dancing
A2. 
Night Fever

A3. Tragedy

A4. Shadow Dancing

A5. More Than a Woman

Side B — LIVE at 606:


B1. Making A Fire

B2. Shame Shame

B3. Waiting on a War
B4. 
No Son of Mine

B5. Cloudspotter