Foo Fighters have released a new EP comprised of four live recordings captured during a Los Angeles-area radio performance way back in 1996.

Entitled, Live On the Radio 1996, the four-song EP arrived exclusively to Amazon Music on Thursday, and revisits Dave Grohl and the Foo’s earliest original material in “For All The Cows”, “How I Miss You”, “Wattershed”, and “Up In Arms”. The never-before-heard live take on “Wattershed” features some slightly re-worked lyrics from Grohl. The performances were captured during a live session on the nationally syndicated Rockline radio show by producer Scott Weiss.

The nostalgia-inspired album is the rock band’s latest effort to celebrate their 25th anniversary this year, in place of the spring 2020 Van Tour they had initially planned which has since been rescheduled.

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Stream the album in full via the audio player below or click here to access the four live recordings on Amazon Music.

Foo Fighters – Live On the Radio 1996

The band returned to the stage of Los Angeles’ Troubador over the weekend where they revisited some of their old material as part of their virtual appearance on NIVA‘s Save Our Stages Fest.

[H/T Spin]