Foo Fighters Carpool

Watch Foo Fighters Sing Their Classics In Carpool Karaoke

There’s even time for a drumming lesson, too.

James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke has become a sensation over the last few years, with folks like like Lady Gaga, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Ed Sheeran taking part. This week he was joined by rock royalty: Foo Fighters stepped into his people carrier to sing some of their classics. 

The band sing the likes of All My Life, Learn To Fly, Best Of You, as well as new track The Sky Is A Neighborhood, which is taken from latest album Concrete And Gold — out now. 

The latest edition of Carpool Karaoke was aired last night (September 20), and the band talk bassist Nate Mendel meeting Dave Grohl for the first time when the band were starting out, to Grohl breaking his leg. 

In the closing segment, they enter a guitar centre where the host, along with Grohl and Taylor Hawkins, play the drums with shoppers watching on in amazement. Later, it ends with them covering Rick Astley’s Never Gonna Give You Up, just like they did at their recent O2 Arena headline show.

We didn’t realise James Corden could shred, good on him. 

The Foo Fighters’ latest album, Concrete And Gold, it out now and you can listen to it below:

Posted on September 21st 2017, 10:33a.m.
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