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He continues: "You open your laptop or look in your fucking phone and it’s just this dark cloud of doom, you know. Every day you pick up your telephone and you think, 'Oh, God, what is it now? What’s next?’ You’re just waiting for this bad news. But this exchange that she and I were having did nothing but bring happiness and joy to people. I thought, 'That’s done entirely remotely, so why can’t our music do the same? Why can’t we put the record out and hopefully it’ll give people that same feeling. Why can’t we do that now?’ And so we did."
Late last year, Dave and Nandi agreed that they would write a song together, with the Foos frontman also inviting Nandi to perform with the band when live shows finally return – "but it has to be at the end of the set because you’re going to steal the show", he added.
Young Nandi described meeting the rock icon (online) as "one of the best experiences" of her life, enthusing: "Dave Grohl is so awesome, kind and friendly! I can’t believe he wants to write a song with me and asked me to perform onstage with the Foo Fighters!"