Foo Fighters tease collaboration with Japanese sake brewery

It looks like Foo Fighters are planning to release their own brand of sake.

On their Twitter, Dave Grohl and company have shared a video of what appears to be a sake brewery with their new single, “Shame Shame,” playing in the background. The clip ends with the band’s name stylized like Japanese characters.

“Stay tuned…,” the caption reads, along with a Japan flag emoji. The tweet also tags the Japanese sake brewery Tatenokawa.

If a Foo-branded sake is indeed in the works, it’ll be the second alcohol-related collaboration from the band over the last few months. During a Late Show interview last fall, Grohl revealed that Coors had made a signature Foo Fighters beer can to celebrate the group’s 25th anniversary tour, which ultimately got canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Shame Shame” is the lead single off the upcoming Foo Fighters album Medicine at Midnight, due out February 5.

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