Former Nirvana star and current frontman of Foo Fighters, Dave Grohl, was recently interviewed by Q104.3 of New York and talked about the days he’s spending in the coronavirus outbreak and claimed that people are craving live music more than ever.

As you may already know, many musicians in the rock and heavy scene spending their time in the studio to release something new for the fans during the coronavirus outbreak and Foo Fighters is one of them. The band released their tenth studio album named ‘Medicine At Midnight’ and shared four different singles from the album so far.

In his latest ever interview, David was asked what he thinks about the post-quarantine days and his thoughts on not being able to attend live concerts over fifteen months. According to Foo Fighters frontman, people have more eager than ever for attending music events.

Here is what he said:

“In the last year and a half, I’ve noticed that people are craving live music more than they ever have. And so it doesn’t matter if it’s new kids in 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.'”

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