The Foo Fighters have been dabbling in disco, and will release an album called Hail Satin that pays tribute to the Bee Gees. The band's name for this project is the Dee Gees, as in Dave Grohl's initials.
Hail Satin will see the Foos take on the Gibb brothers' 1970s disco classics Night Fever, Tragedy, You Should Be Dancing and More Than a Woman.
It will be released on vinyl for US Record Store Day on 17 July.
Side one of the LP will also include their version of Andy Gibb's Shadow Dancing, which spent seven weeks at number one in the US in 1978.
Side two will feature five live versions of songs from their last album Medicine at Midnight.