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BMI Artists Repertoire reveals five new Foo Fighters song titles

Simon KilmoreSimon Kilmore Skinny as a spit pan
edited November 2015 in General Discussion
Song titles that are likely to belong to the five tracks recorded in Austin, Texas, have been outed by a well-known music publishing group. Broadcast Music, Inc, better known as BMI are a company that represents more than 700,000 songwriters, composers, and publishers with more than 10.5 million works.
Their website includes a public searchable database containing all legal registered titles for each songwriter and the site has recently been updated with five new titles attributed to the five members of Foo Fighters. The titles, and their entries on the site, are as follows:

1. Iron Rooster

2. Neverending Sigh

3. Saint Cecilia

4. Savior Breath

5. Sean

Hotel Saint Cecilia is of course the name of the hotel which Foo Fighters recently recorded five new songs, and it therefore seems extremely likely these are the five titles attributed to those songs. A countdown on the official Foo Fighters website is set to end just over 6 days.

Thanks to for the heads up!


  • CrashSG32CrashSG32 A River
    edited November 2015
    Those are some bizarre song titles, even for the Foos haha
  • Simon KilmoreSimon Kilmore Skinny as a spit pan
    edited November 2015
    Indeed. Well Saint Cecelia is as I wrote the hotel they recorded at, so that makes sense, but the others, who knows. One might guess that 'Sean' is named after the rather famous fabulously beared crew member, Sean Cox.