Foo Fighters look back on 25 rocking years in Times Like Those mini documentary

Dave Grohl and the gang reflect on Foo history from 1995 and beyond.

Image: Foo Fighters via YouTube

The Foo Fighters revisited their band history in a new mini documentary titled Times Like Those. The feature celebrates the band’s 25th anniversary and is free to watch online.

The documentary sees Dave Grohl and the gang reflect on prominent career highs from 1995 and beyond; it’s laced with endearing moments of punk rock camaraderie.

Times Like Those also documented the photo session for the iconic cover art of the band’s third studio album There Is Nothing Left To Lose. The cover featured Grohl’s neck tattoo of the Foo Fighters logo.

“I forget I have that tattoo sometimes,” Grohl commented. “That’s a picture of taking the picture of the cover.”

Watch Times Like Those above.

The Foo Fighters had intended to launch their 10th studio album, Medicine At Midnight, this year to celebrate their 25th anniversary. Due to COVID-19, the nine-track album was pushed back to release in February 2021 instead.

The record has been described by Grohl as a “party album” referring to how it was written and put together.

“I hate to call it a funk or dance record,” he said. “But it’s more energetic in a lot of ways than anything we’ve ever done and it was really designed to be that Saturday night party album.”

He added: “It was written and sequenced in a way that you put on, and nine songs later you’ll just put it on again.”

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