When discussing the death of Kurt Cobain, Dave mentions that “hindsight can be a blurry lens”, and that it's important to keep the memories you have from the time, instead of what's being focused on years later.
But when he found himself in a world without one of his closest friends, he was something of a lost soul, admitting, “I didn’t really have a plan. When everything’s sort of turned upside-down, and shaken up like that, you just wake up every day thinking, ‘Who am I, where am I, what am I doing?’
"I remember the day after Kurt died, how strange it felt to wake up knowing he wasn’t with us anymore, and that I had another day. Like, 'Okay, so what am I going to do with today?' I believe it was then that I started to realise, 'Oh okay, you have to do everything once again.' Meaning, like, I have to make a pot of coffee and this is my first pot of coffee since Kurt’s gone. I have to go upstairs and get dressed. This is the first thing I’ll wear since Kurt has been gone. It goes like that."