Foo Fighters’ Chris Shiflett announces new album, Lost At Sea

Listen to Chris Shiflett’s charming new single Damage Control, taken from the Foo Fighters man’s upcoming “guitar-centric” solo album Lost At Sea.

Foo Fighters’ Chris Shiflett announces new album, Lost At Sea
Emily Carter

Foo Fighters guitarist Chris Shiflett has announced details of his upcoming solo album, Lost At Sea.

Due out on October 20 via Snakefarm, the record will include previously-released singles Dead And Gone and Black Top White Lines, as well as the newly-unveiled Damage Control which you can check out now.

“I love that the musical inspiration on this one was late-stage Clash, but we wound up layering it with banjos and what-not,” enthuses Chris of the tune. “Definitely takes it somewhere else. Ska-mericana? There’s nothing better than when influences converge taking you places you never expected.”

Watch the video – featuring fan-shot live footage – below:

Speaking about Lost At Sea as a whole, Chris explains: “We wrote a lot of these songs during the lockdown. “Then I began making trips to Nashville to work with Jaren. He and I have a lot of overlap, in terms of the music we like. We made a guitar-centric record that encapsulates everything I’ve been listening to over the years, from the most country songs I’ve ever recorded to punk rock and even songs that sound like a California version of The Clash.”

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