Published Mar 05, 2020Foo Fighters are celebrating their 25th anniversary as a band this year, and to commemorate, they've been getting super nostalgic with their recent output.
Keeping the celebrations going, Dave Grohl and co. have shared footage from their fourth-ever show at Seattle's Velvet Elvis Arts Lounge Theater. The Travis Stanley and Ryan Fox-created video surfaced earlier this week on the anniversary of its recording (March 4) and features 10 songs from the early days of the band's discography.
According to a helpful YouTube user named Animated Antarctica, the setlist is comprised of the following tracks: "Butterflies," Winnebago," "Floaty," "Big Me," "Wattershed," "For All the Cows," "I'll Stick Around," "Alone + Easy Target," "Podunk" and "Exhausted."
Putting the video together didn't come easily, according to the band. The original footage "had no audio due to a technical error," so the video you see today had to be stitched together from a separate secondary audio track that was hunted down at a later date.
"Owing to time constraints making this 25th-anniversary date sync is not perfect, but it's pretty close," the band said in a statement.
In addition to sharing the video of their fond memories, the band have also announced that the audio from this show will now be available for download at the Foo Fighters Fan Forum.
Foo Fighters head out on a month-long 25th-anniversary tour next month, including a stop right here in Canada. See their full North American tour itinerary here.
Watch their 1995 performance below.