Dave Grohl Says Adjusting to Pandemic Made Him Nervous

LOS ANGELES, CA – OCTOBER 20: Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters performs onstage at the 2018 Children’s Hospital Los Angeles “From Paris With Love” Gala at LA Live on October 20, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles).

The world changed a lot this year, especially when it came to everything revolving around Covid-19. This is certainly true for Dave Grohl.

In a new interview with The Sun, the Foo Fighters’ frontman said that adjusting to everything related to the pandemic made him nervous. According to Grohl, he and his bandmates usually have tours and music planned ahead. “For the past two decades I have been completely used to seeing the same guys almost every day – and suddenly we’re apart.” With the Corona-shaped wrench being thrown into plans, Grohl admitted that he can’t relax and is “always looking for the next thing.”

Foo Fighter’s new album Medicine at Midnight is out in February and features the song “Shame Shame.”




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