DAVE GROHL Has Recorded And Filmed 25-Minute Song
According to The Pulse Of Radio, FOO FIGHTERS frontman Dave Grohl has gone ahead and recorded the odd musical experiment he's been talking about in recent interviews, a 25-minute instrumental piece recorded live in which Grohl played every instrument and literally ran from one instrument to the next.
Grohl revealed in an interview with the Chicago Tribune that not only did he record the track, but filmed the entire thing. Grohl said about the project: "When people would ask me, 'Why are you doing this?' I'm always, like, 'I don't know. Because I've never done it before?'"
He added: "It's just the challenge of doing something new. That becomes your engine after a while. Because the last thing you want to get caught in is extreme monotony. So you try to jam every show a little bit differently and you try to make your albums a little bit differently."
The FOO FIGHTERS are in the midst of a lengthy North American tour in support of their 2017 album, "Concrete And Gold". The band next plays in Noblesville, Indiana on Thursday (July 26).
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