February 25, 2011 16:00

Foo Fighters' 'Rope' to get TV premiere tomorrow (Feb 26)

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The first TV broadcast of Foo Fighters' new single 'Rope' will be included in Channel 4's coverage of the Shockwaves NME Awards tomorrow (February 26).

The band played a surprise 23-song set after Dave Grohl had been awarded the Godlike Genius award at the London bash on Wednesday (23). Footage from the gig, including 'Rope', is scheduled to be included in two separate programmes about the awards.

Watch T4 at 11:25am (GMT) tomorrow morning to see footage from the bash, then tune in again at 11:20pm for full coverage of the ceremony.

As well as performances, you can expect to see red carpet footage, backstage interviews and all the big winners from the night, including Muse, Crystal Castles, Biffy Clyro and John Lydon.

Foo Fighters are set to play the NME Awards Big Gig at London's Wembley Arena tonight (25). Check back later for a full report.

See more from the ceremony at NME.COM/awards.

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