Foo Fighters’ most current single, ‘No Son Of Mine’, is a homage to late Motörhead frontman Lemmy.

Dave Grohl was a friend of the late music icon – who passed away in December 2015, at the age of 70, a short while after being identified with cancer – and after the track from their upcoming record, ‘Medicine at Midnight’, ended up sounding “aggressive with chunky riffs”, they chose it was an “tribute” to the heavy metal legend.

Dave informed the US edition of OKAY! Magazine: “A homage to the late, excellent Motorhead frontman, Lemmy, the tune began with this country swing to it, however then we chose for something a bit more aggressive, and it became these chunky riffs. I want Lemmy lived to hear it, because he would see just how much an impact he’s been to me.”

Elsewhere, the 52-year-old rocker teased that while playing arenas and stadiums isn’t likely to happen for a little while yet, in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, Foo Fighters will “start going out there quickly” in some method.

Asked what their strategies are, the ‘Discover to Fly’ hitmaker stated: “We just recently did a program at the Troubadour in LA. without any one there, simply our roadway crew. I remember thinking, ‘Wow, this is going to feel type of empty and hollow and unusual’, but it felt so excellent simply to be with the band and a microphone and perform with our instruments again. We’re going to start getting out there soon in manner ins which other people might not be doing, however the arenas and arenas, not yet.”

The previous Nirvana drummer likewise dismissed running for president, despite the fact that AC/DC’s Brian Johnson stated he ‘d elect him.

He told the publication:” [Laughs] That is one job I ‘d never ever desire. I indicate, I’ve worked at pizza places, I have actually operated at record shops, I’ve been in a rock band, but I do not wish to be the president.”

‘Medication at Midnight’ is released on February 5.