Foo Fighters make ‘Skin and Bones’ concert film available to stream online free
Foo Fighters have joined the many number of bands offering a source of light relief during the current coronavirus pandemic by releasing archival footage online free.
As part of YouTube’s #StayHome series, which has included contributions from the likes of Radiohead and Pink Floyd, the Foo Fighters have added yet another full-length concert film to the cause.
Now, the Dave Grohl-led group have released the footage of, Skin and Bones, a film that collects memories from the band’s 2006 acoustic performance at Los Angeles’ Pantages Theater in Hollywood.
Like many of the artists involved in the #StayHome series, Foo Fighters are attempting to raise money for the MusiCares COVID-19 relief fund which aims to support musicians who have felt the full force of financial difficulties during this unprecedented time.
The film, which was directed by critically acclaimed photographer and musician Danny Clinch, also sees the filmmaker contribute with an on-stage cameo during a rendition of ‘Another Round’ where he plays the harmonica.
The band roll through a number of their classic hits, including the likes of ‘Everlong’, ‘Best of You’, ‘Times Like These’ and many more.