Faith No More Debut Two Brand New Songs In London

Written by Greg Moskovitch on 7th July, 2014

Faith No More Debut Two Brand New Songs In London

Faith No More have debuted two new tracks, which fans are calling Leader Of Men and Motherfucker, respectively. The alt-metal favourites premiered the new tracks during a highly anticipated set as part of the huge lineup for British Summer Time Festival in London’s Hyde Park.

Playing as part of a bill that also included the likes of Black Sabbath and Soundgarden — and that some in the audience got to see for just AU$4.52 — the group took to the stage donning priest’s clothing and according to Stereogum, featured the new tracks towards the end of their 14-song set that included classics like Epic and Midlife Crisis, and closed with the fan favourite We Care a Lot.

The debut of the two songs, which don’t yet have official titles, follows a tweet from frontman Mike Patton on the band’s new official Twitter account, which hinted at the possibility of a new record from the group. “The reunion thing was fun, but now it’s time to get a little creative,” Patton wrote back in May. Faith No More’s last album was their acclaimed 1997 release, Album of the Year.

Watch: Faith No More – Leader Of Men at British Summer Time Festival 2014

Watch: Faith No More – Motherfucker at British Summer Time Festival 2014


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