Stop, wait a minute, and listen to this collaboration between Foo Fighters and Mark Ronson.

The famed producer has teamed up with Dave Grohl and company to release the “Mark Ronson Re-Version” of “Making a Fire,” the opening track off the band’s new album, Medicine at Midnight.

While the original “Making a Fire” already has a fair amount of funk and disco influences, Ronson’s take is more of a stripped-down affair, turning it into more of a laid-back, Rolling Stones “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”-type jam.

You can listen to the “Making a Fire” “Re-Version” now via digital outlets.

Grohl, by the way, is set to guest on Ronson’s upcoming documentary series Watch the Sound, premiering July 30 on Apple TV+. The show will also feature appearances by Paul McCartney, Queens of the Stone Age‘s Josh Homme, and Mike D and Ad-Rock of Beastie Boys, among others.

Meanwhile, Foo Fighters will keep their dancing shoes on for Hail Satin, an upcoming Bee Gees tribute album dropping on Record Store Day, July 17.

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