In a new interview with the Q104.3 radio station, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl has revealed one of the craziest things he has noticed on music lovers during the ongoing pandemic and said it makes people feel not alone.
Opening about his thoughts about people during the pandemic era, Dave stated that people are craving live music more than they ever have.
“In the last year and a half, I’ve noticed that people are craving live music more than they ever have,” Grohl said. “And so it doesn’t matter if it’s New Kids On The Block, they’re gonna run to a concert to see it when things open up. Because it’s what human beings do; I think that human beings need to feel that tangible, communal experience because it makes you feel not alone. When you see a human being on stage and you’re a human being in the front row, it’s reassuring because you realize, like, ‘Oh, this is a big part of why we’re alive.'”
Foo Fighters has released its tenth and latest studio album Medicine at Midnight on February 5, 2021, although it was expected to be released in 2020 but postponed due to pandemic.