Foghat Release New Single 'I Don't Appreciate You,' Accompanying Video

Foghat recently released “I Don’t Appreciate You,” the third single from their highly anticipated album, Sonic Mojo, along with an accompanying video.

Sonic Mojo is the rock band’s first new studio album in seven years, an eclectic blend of originals and some band favorites. It is “Blues infused, with a healthy dose of Rock n’ Roll and a bit of Country, too,” according to Foghat.

A limited number of autographed CDs and neon purple vinyl copies can be pre-ordered now on TalkShop.Live (, where all four band members will be participating in a live interview with their friend and host Steve Harkins on October 24 at 5:30pm PT/8:30pm ET.

Sonic Mojo will be released on November 10 on the band’s label, Foghat Records, which is distributed by Select-O-Hits.

The album will be available as a single CD with 12-tracks and a six-page gatefold cover, as well as an 11-track, limited edition 180gram, purple neon vinyl.

Digital pre-orders are now available at (including CDs available on Amazon), while CD and vinyl (including autographed copies) and merchandise bundles are available to pre-order at

While the album’s first two singles, “Drivin’ On” and “She’s a Little Bit of Everything” were co-written by the late Kim Simmonds from Savoy Brown, “I Don’t Appreciate You” was brought to the table by Roger Earl and ultimately written by all four Foghat members.

“This song was written about the most obnoxious people in our lives, but in the most polite-ful way,” said founding drummer Earl. “And as our lead singer Scott Holt says when he announces the song onstage, ‘it is the most polite F/U song you will ever hear!'”

The band has been crisscrossing the U.S. for the past few months and playing the three singles live for fans.

Foghat will be celebrating the new music at two special release party shows next month: on November 12 at The Iridium in New York and on November 17 at The Coach House in San Juan Capistrano, California.
Ticket info for all of their upcoming shows can be found on

(Photo: Jake Coughlin)

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