“This is my aboriginal day off in weeks,” Dave Grohl says, barefoot in his kitchen in jeans and a biker T-shirt, big air-conditioned Dave Grohl beam on his face. The 48-year-old Foo Fighters frontman doesn’t get abundant blow these days, amid authoritative records, touring, administering documentaries and gigging with appealing abundant anyone who asks. (Grohl: “I aloof like to jam!”) But today, he finds himself uncharacteristically unoccupied. “What should we do?”
Grohl already alone his two earlier daughters off at special-effects camp. His youngest, three-year-old Ophelia, is at pre-school, so now he has the day to himself. Abutting week, the Foos will hit the alley in abutment of their ninth album, Concrete and Gold, aerial aboriginal to Chicago, afresh Southeast Asia, Australia and Europe, afresh aback home to bandy their own festival, Cal Jam, on October 7th. So Grohl would be forgiven for demography aloof one day to chill. But “drummers are like sharks,” as Foos guitarist Pat Smear says. “They accept to move all the time or they die.” So instead, we’re activity to cantankerous a few errands off his agitation list.
But delay – “Do you accept annihilation you charge to do?” Grohl asks. I do not. OK, then. Let’s go!
Casa Grohl is a two-acre advance on a beaming Encino, California, hilltop, with across-the-board angle of the San Fernando Valley. “It acclimated to be all orange groves about here,” Grohl says. “And 80 or 90 years ago, it’s area a lot of Hollywood actors had weekend homes.” This actual adjacency acclimated to accord to Clark Gable. “Now it’s maybe the best unhip abode to alive in Los Angeles.”
We hop into Grohl’s Tesla, a $140,000 spaceship with Sonic Youth on the stereo, and he active bottomward the hill, boot on the council caster the absolute way. Grohl drums consistently – acclamation his hands, borer his feet, smacking the compact allotment of his thigh. It’s both benumbed and compulsive, like he’ll backfire if he doesn’t get the accent out. “He’s consistently high-energy,” says his acquaintance Paul McCartney. “I mean, I’m an agog person, and I anticipate he’s possibly doubled.”
Grohl merges assimilate the 101 and steers us adjoin Amoeba Records, the allegorical Hollywood almanac store. His average daughter, Harper, 8, aloof started acquirements to comedy the drums, so he wants to buy her some annal to comedy forth to. (He already accomplished her Queen’s “We Will Bedrock You”; there’s a YouTube video of her amphitheatre it at a Foos show, one of the added ambrosial instances of bribery you’ll see.) Harper has requested an Imagine Dragons LP – the girls accept been into vinyl aback Grohl got them a Beatles box set to “make abiding they had some array of agreeable foundation afore they went beeline to fucking Iggy Azalea” – but he’s additionally activity to “counter that with a little AC/DC,” he says. Alike for an eight-year-old, “you can’t go amiss with ‘Highway to Hell.’ ”
We cull up to the curb, and Grohl puts some money in the beat and lights a cigarette. (He usually makes it through bisected a cigarette on the airing from the car to wherever he’s going.) At the advanced door, a manager-type woman says hi and asks if he’s actuality for the show. “No,” Grohl says, “I aloof appetite to buy a record.”
The woman frowns apologetically. “We absolutely accept a Lana Del Rey in-store appropriate now,” she says. “I don’t apperceive if you can get to the records.”
Sure enough, the aisles central are arranged with Lana Del Rey fans. The alone area we can ability is the A’s. Grohl grabs Highway to Hell, afresh tries to bastard his way to the I’s for Imagine Dragons. “Excuse me, sorry,” he mutters as he squeezes by, “I’m absolutely apologetic …”
It’s by now absolute that Grohl is an avuncular Everydude, addition who “can accomplish a accomplished amphitheater feel like he had a beer with every distinct one of them, and it’s not bullshit,” bagman Taylor Hawkins says. Grohl is to bedrock what Tom Hanks is to Hollywood: the arch cheerleader, the de facto mayor, and the guy anybody wants to adhere with. The Grammys charge addition to atom while Deadmau5 fiddles with his laptop? Get Grohl on the phone. The Oscars appetite a bedrock brilliant to comedy acoustic guitar during their “In Memoriam” segment? Aloof acquaint Grohl area to put his stool. Your accessory Ronnie’s Sabbath awning bandage has a gig tonight and their bagman had to bail? Text Grohl the address, he’ll be there in 20.
But to a abundance abounding of boyish Lana Del Rey fans, Grohl is aloof a accomplished middle-age guy who’s in their way. As he works through the crowd, one adolescent woman looks decidedly vexed. “Is the abundance still open?” she asks him pointedly. “They told us it was activity to be shut for the abutting hour.”
Grohl looks contrite. “I’m aloof accepting my babe an Imagine Dragons record,” he says.
The babe anchorage her eyes. “You should buy her a Lana record,” she says.
Grohl smiles and holds up his LP. “I got her AC/DC?”
Even the Foo Fighters apperceive there’s annihilation abnormally groundbreaking about the Foo Fighters in 2017. They’re arguably the bigger American bedrock bandage of the accomplished 20 years, affairs out stadiums alike as the accouter is ample added adjoin them. “There’s no bedrock music – fucking none,” Hawkins says. “Alternative-rock radio aloof sounds like Men at Assignment or Kajagoogoo.” Hawkins says he afresh asked his son, Shane, 10, if any of his accompany like rock. Shane said no, alone Drake and Lil Yachty. “I get it,” Hawkins, at 45 the youngest Foo, says. “Would I accept admired a bandage of 45- and 50-year-olds aback I was 17? I’m gonna say no.”
Grohl gets it too. “I bethink actuality 26 and adage I’m not gonna do this accomplished 33,” he says. “Now I’ll be 50 in a year and a half.” The babyish from the Nevermind awning is now four years earlier than Grohl was aback Nevermind came out. “I never anticipation I’d end up at a bedrock anniversary with fuckin’ gray bristles in my beard, but it happened,” he says. “And I’m air-conditioned with it.”
When it comes to rock, Grohl is a lifer, a advocate and an evangelist. “I still adore activity to see new bands,” he says. “I anticipate there’s a accomplished new bearing aloof cat-and-mouse to appear out.” (“We charge assume like Gandalf to them,” he adds.) He additionally still cares about authoritative annal – and what’s more, authoritative them good. “I’ve consistently been abashed of acceptable a ancestry act,” he says. “I feel like we accept to prove ourselves over and over to be a bandage account following.”
When it comes to the music, “our blueprint is appealing simple,” Grohl admits. “When you put us in a room, it sounds like the band. So the claiming is to amount out how that evolves.”
At the aforementioned time, Hawkins says, their believability is “one of the affidavit we’re still actuality and accomplishing it at the akin that we’re accomplishing it.” They’re a accepted abundance – like Coca-Cola or IBM. “Without aural too business-y,” Hawkins says, “I anticipate we bear article bodies can calculation on: big choruses, guitars and a little bit of screaming.”
Outside the almanac store, Grohl stubs out addition half-cigarette. “Actually,” he says, “the flat area we fabricated the new almanac is appropriate bottomward the street. We can stop by if you want.”
We arch over to EastWest, a flat admixture originally congenital for Frank Sinatra. “We alloyed Nirvana Unplugged in here, ages ago,” Grohl says as we airing inside. He opens the aperture to the adored closet that is Flat 3 and drops his articulation to a adherent whisper. “The Pet Sounds room,” he says. “Isn’t that nuts?”
To baby-sit Concrete and Gold, the bandage enlisted ambassador Greg Kurstin, a pop astrologer who’s formed with Sia and produced and co-wrote Adele’s “Hello.” Grohl is a big fan of Kurstin’s bandage the Bird and the Bee, and he hoped Kurstin ability accompany his ability for harmonies and arrangements. “There’s a lot of being on this almanac that’s been bouncing about in Dave’s arch for a continued time – the superlayered vocals and countermelodies and all that,” says guitarist Chris Shiflett. “It was air-conditioned to see Dave let go and accept somebody absolutely aftermath the record,” adds bassist Nate Mendel. “Usually it’s boxy for him to let go of the reins.”
As Hawkins says, “I anticipate it’s our best consciousness-expanding record, and our weirdest.”
The bandmates hadn’t recorded a abounding anthology in a big bartering flat aback 2002’s One by One, so they’d abandoned about the fun of accidental flat encounters. “You’d airing bottomward the hall, and Lady Gaga would be in the kitchen,” Grohl marvels. Lately he’s become a big barbecue enthusiast, so he anchored his smoker out on the patio and appointed himself pitmaster for the building. “I was affable for, like, 40 bodies a night,” he says proudly. “I’d be in the average of a articulate booty and be like, ‘Fuck, I gotta go analysis the meat.’ ” But the adorning paid off, as the Foos pulled all sorts of accidental guests into their sessions – like Boyz II Men accompanist Shawn Stockman, whom Grohl bumped into in the parking lot one day. (How did he alike admit Stockman? Grohl shrugs. “Nineties, baby!”)
Then there was the day Justin Timberlake alone by. He listened to what the Foos were accomplishing and admired what he heard, and appealing anon he and Grohl were blind out regularly. “We’d alcohol whiskey in the parking lot,” Grohl says. “He was really, absolutely cool. Afresh the night afore his aftermost day, he says, ‘Can I sing on your record? I don’t appetite to advance it, but – I aloof appetite to be able to acquaint my friends.’ ” So the bandage had him add some “la la la’s” to one track. “He nailed it,” Grohl says. “I’m cogent you – the guy’s activity somewhere.”
But alike that wasn’t the Foos’ best agitative guest. That account belongs to Sir Paul McCartney. He and Grohl are buddies – they associate with their families and accept awash calm a few times. So aback McCartney had to borrow Kurstin in the average of the Foos’ recording, Grohl absitively to alarm in a favor. He texted McCartney: “Do you appetite to comedy drums on one of our new songs?” McCartney’s response? “You’re crazy, man!”
But to the band’s delight, he agreed. “Even if it had been banjo, I anticipate I apparently would accept showed up,” McCartney says. The aftermost time he got a alarm like that from Grohl was to coact on the soundtrack to Grohl’s 2013 documentary, Complete City. “I was jamming with these two guys I’d never met,” McCartney says. “And afresh I heard them talking in the studio, and it was like, ‘Oh, shit! You guys are fucking Nirvana!’ ”
“It’s inspiring,” Grohl says, “because he’s still amphitheatre for the aforementioned affidavit we all started amphitheatre aback we were young. He aloof wants to jam.”
Unsurprisingly, Paul McCartney is a appealing acceptable drummer. “You don’t about anticipate of him as a drummer,” Hawkins says. “But he laid that clue so fucking effortlessly. He never alike heard the song – Dave affectionate of explained it to him with an acoustic guitar. And he was like, ‘Yeah, yeah. I anticipate I apperceive what you’re doing.’ ”
McCartney played two takes; they acclimated the first. “He was so fucking good,” Grohl says. “We played for an hour, afresh took a breach and had bagels and tea. I anticipation we were done – I didn’t appetite to rag him out – so I was out accepting a cig, and addition goes, ‘Hey, Paul wants to jam some more.’ He angled everybody up, and we awash for hours: ‘Let’s address some songs, man!’ ”
“Well, you know,” says McCartney. “Once you get the beat running …”
Last summer, Grohl did as he usually does and went off by himself to put lyrics to the songs. “I Airbnb’d this abode on this olive-tree acreage in Ojai,” a babyish artisan ascendancy in the foothills alfresco L.A. “I thought, ‘OK, I’m gonna go for bristles days, accompany all these instrumentals and a case of wine, and see if I can appear up with something.’ ”
A anniversary afore Grohl left, Donald Trump clinched the Republican presidential nomination. “I’m not an evidently political person,” says Grohl. “But it’s appealing accessible to amount out area I abatement on the map.”
Soon Grohl begin himself in his underwear, wine-drunk, agreeable nonsense phonetics into a microphone. Subconsciously, a lot of his political anxieties came out. One song, “La Dee Da,” channeled the animosity of a boyish Grohl, a abandoned punk-rock kid in burghal Virginia. “It’s a account of me as a teenager, activity absolutely alienated and repressed by the bourgeois ambiance of the aboriginal to mid-Eighties,” he says. The album’s aperture track, “T-Shirt,” came afterwards Trump’s inauguration, but it aggregate some of the aforementioned concerns. “I watched the abominable columnist appointment in the East Allowance – the one that angry into a agreeable match. The fucking WWE one. All that gross appetite for ability and ascendancy air-conditioned me out. I was like, ‘Oh, my God. This is what we’ve become.’ ”
That said, if you didn’t apperceive the backstory, there’s annihilation absolutely political about the album. “When the Foo Fighters go out and tour, we comedy to everyone,” he says. “I like to anticipate that music is article that can accompany two adverse abandon of the spectrum into the aforementioned amphitheatre for three hours of relief. There’s a allotment of me that thinks I’m bigger at giving bodies hope. So that’s area I’d rather be.”
Back outside, Grohl eases the Tesla assimilate a quiet ancillary street. “I haven’t apparent you how fast this car is yet, accept I?” He presses a few buttons on the blow awning and puts the car into article alleged antic mode. “It doesn’t accept a agitation agent – it’s aloof magnets or whatever,” he says. “So it goes zero-to-60 in 2.4 seconds. It’s fucking insane. It feels like this.”
Suddenly he punches the accelerator, and the car launches advanced like an F-16 from a catapult. Grohl laughs. He floors it again, and we scream. “It’s impractical!” he says. “It absolutely is the stupidest thing.”
Anyway: On to the abutting stop. Grohl’s mom has been renovating her kitchen, and he’s been acceptation to go see it. He takes out his buzz and calls her: “Whassup, Mom!” She says there’s been a setback – addition abstinent the bore wrong. “Oh, crap,” says Grohl. “Well, we’re aloof active impaired errands. We’ll beat by.”
However air-conditioned you anticipate Grohl is, Virginia Hanlon Grohl is about 37 times cooler. A above English teacher, she aloft Grohl and his sister mostly on her own afterwards divorcing Grohl’s dad (a Republican speechwriter and attack manager) aback Dave was six. She fabricated ends accommodated with off-hours jobs at a administration abundance and a carpet-cleaning service; now retired, she afresh appear her aboriginal book at the age of 79 – a accumulating of interviews with the mothers of added acclaimed musicians (Pharrell Williams, Adam Levine, Dr. Dre) alleged From Cradle to Stage. “My mother is now absolutely accepted in the music industry,” Grohl says, laughing. “She’ll be like, ‘I can’t allocution – I accept a appointment alarm with Alive Nation!’ ”
We cull up to her house, a bungalow not far from Grohl’s place, and he curtains out “Shave and a Haircut” on her advanced door. “What’s up, Mama!” he says aback she answers.
She ushers us into the active room. “Would you guys like a Diet Coke?” she asks. She allotment with two cans and takes a bench abutting to Grohl on the sofa.
“Did you accept a nice banquet aftermost night?” she asks him. “I feel so bad.”
Apparently Grohl alleged and asked her to babysit, but she already had plans. “Don’t feel bad!” he says. “I alleged you on, like, an hour’s notice. It was absolutely fine.”
“But you aloof beatific me to Italy for my birthday,” she says. “And I had the best time of my accomplished life. …”
Grohl turns to me. “My mom’s 80th altogether is abutting month, so we got a abode in Tuscany for a week.”
“It was a castle!” Mrs. Grohl says. “All for us.” She says it was an absurd trip, although they did get chock-full by Foo Fighters admirers a lot. “But you were admirable to everybody,” she says. “Because we were bubbler wine.”
She asks what we’ve been up to today, and Grohl tells her about the almanac abundance and EastWest. “What’s that?” she asks.
“The flat we recorded at?” says Grohl. He looks a little hurt. “Supportive mother!”
“Well, heck, it took me three months to get in,” she says. “It was a bankrupt session!”
“Mom!” says Grohl. “What are you talking about? Don’t acquaint bodies that!”
Grohl’s mom acclimated to be a accompanist herself, in a aerial academy articulate accumulation alleged the Three Belles. Aback her alone son capital to bead out of aerial academy at 17 – the aforementioned aerial academy area Mrs. Grohl taught, no beneath – to bout Europe with his jailbait bandage Scream, she was annihilation but supportive. “Musicians are the best fun people,” she says. “And they assignment harder than anyone in the world.”
“Hmm,” says a agnostic Grohl. “You think?”
“They’re all complete workaholics,” she insists. “You. Dre. Pharrell.” A pause. “Maybe not Adam Levine.” Grohl cracks up.
Then Mrs. Grohl tells a story. “When David was born, they took me into the commitment allowance aback it was time, and there were all these guys continuing around,” she says. “All new … whatever you alarm them aback they’re in the aftermost date of acceptable doctors.” Apparently these new association had yet to see a babyish delivered. “So aback he was born,” she says, “they all access into applause. I didn’t anticipate about that until years later, aback I had this epiphany: ‘Oh, my God. That’s the aboriginal complete he anytime heard.’ ”
Grohl smiles. “Let’s accumulate moving.”
Grohl grabs an espresso at the coffee boutique on the corner, afresh decides to beat by Flat 606, the band’s studio-slash-headquarters aback 2005. We airing through the massive barn garage, abounding with dozens of guitars, as able-bodied as the behemothic absorber that Grohl got for his altogether at Medieval Times. (“They knighted me!” he says.) We go inside, area the walls are lined with 25 years of memories, posters and platinum plaques from Foo Fighters and Nirvana.
In hindsight, it’s accessible to balloon how absurd it is that Foo Fighters became a thing. Afterwards Nirvana ended, it seemed like Grohl, the blithe drummer, ability never get out of their shadow. But to apprehend the bandage acquaint it, Grohl’s time in Nirvana fabricated him the acknowledged frontman he is today. “He abstruse so abundant that he was able to use to escape a lot of mistakes,” says Smear, his bandmate in Nirvana as able-bodied as the Foos. “I watched it appear with Foo Fighters – like, ‘Oh, I apperceive why you’re accomplishing this: Because Nirvana did it and it was good!’ or ‘I apperceive why you’re not accomplishing this: Because Nirvana did it and it was bad!’ ”
Grohl calls the three years from 1991 to 1994 “a blast advance in the crisis of a bandage acceptable so accepted so quickly.” “When the Foo Fighters started,” he says, “we fabricated some appealing bright decisions about what to do and what not to do.” On the agitation list? “Go out and comedy some shows. Alpha from the arena up.” And the not-to-do list? Grohl action ruefully. “I mean … heroin?”
Nearly a quarter-century into their career, the Foos are not aloof a stadium-filling bedrock band; they’re a accoutrement in the firmament. So what’s the secret? According to the Foos, a few things.
For one, they’ve been consistent. They’ve never burst up, never abominably afflicted their complete – aloof cranked out acceptable albums every two or three years. “A lot of bodies don’t apperceive this, but we’ve never had a big, acknowledged record,” Mendel says. Their bestselling album, from aback aback bodies still bought albums, was 1997’s The Colour and the Shape, which awash about 2 actor copies. (Comparative abstracts point: Creed’s My Own Prison, appear the aforementioned year, awash 6 million.) “The success the band’s had, we’ve been able to abound with it over time,” Mendel says. “It never afflicted us.”
In their aboriginal few years together, there were divorces, calendar changes, near-breakups and Hawkins’ 2001 heroin overdose, which put him in a blackout for two weeks. “We went through a lot of crazy periods with our bandage aboriginal on,” Hawkins admits. But aback then, it’s been appealing bland sailing. “I’m not adage that I can’t piss Dave off, or Dave can’t bum me out – Dave can aching my animosity added than anyone abroad in the world,” says Hawkins, who’s now sober. “But there’s not an evil, out-to-get-you vibe. It’s added sibling-like.”
Grohl has additionally been acceptable about authoritative abiding the Foos never acquainted like a abetment band. To wit: The accumulation shares all publishing acquirement equally. (Contrast this with Kurt Cobain, who adjourned Nirvana’s affairs to retroactively accord himself a bigger share.) “I anticipate Dave abstruse that this is the way to accumulate a bandage blessed and activity like a band,” Smear says. “He’s artlessly a acceptable actuality – but he additionally gets that there’s an upside.”
(As Hawkins puts it, “He was a fucking drummer, man! I anticipate because he was in that aback seat, he knows how we’d feel if we were advised badly.”)
And assuredly – if conceivably abnormally – there’s no carper whose bandage it is. “This bandage works because it’s not a democracy,” says Shiflett. “People can apprehend into that what they appetite – but it’s a big acumen why the bandage hasn’t burst up.”
“It’s a amiable dictatorship,” says Hawkins. “I’ve abstruse to accumulate my aperture shut until Dave’s absolutely attractive for input.”
Grohl prefers to anticipate of the bandage added as a family. “I mean, I apperceive at the end of the day it’s my name at the basal of the check,” he says. “But we all authority altered responsibilities that accumulate the affair fucking going.”
Next door, the bandage is in the average of architecture Flat 607, a multimedia circuitous with alteration suites and a screening allowance area Grohl can do post-production assignment on his growing anatomy of TV and blur projects (which accommodate Complete City and the 2014 HBO alternation Sonic Highways). He has a lot of plans: He wants to accomplish a documentary about bout vans and Eighties indie-rock culture, and he’s been alive with a Hollywood ambassador to advance a affection film, which he would direct. “But I don’t accept a lot of time to annex off and do those projects that I adulation aback I’m accomplishing Foo Fighters stuff,” he says. “So I accept to affectionate of accept my battles.”
Which raises an important point. All the Foos accept ancillary projects to blemish whatever artistic crawling the bandage doesn’t fulfill. But of all the ancillary gigs, Grohl’s are consistently the coolest. Aback he’s amphitheatre at the Oscars or jamming with above associates of Led Zeppelin, doesn’t the blow of the bandage get bummed?
“Every already in a while, you do get a little hissy,” Hawkins says. “Like, ‘Why wasn’t I complex in this?’ But [former Police drummer] Stewart Copeland, who’s one of my heroes, said article absolutely abundant to me once. I was agitated about article – I won’t acquaint you what absolutely – so I alleged Stewart. And he goes, ‘Taylor, Taylor, Taylor. You alive in a nice house, don’t you? You get to do bits that you like? Accomplish your abandoned records? Right. You haven’t texted anyone yet, accept you? You haven’t alleged anyone? Good. Don’t. Dave’s a acceptable guy. You’ve got a acceptable affair going. Aloof go for a abundance bike ride, and it’ll all assume like nothing.’ ”
Hawkins smiles. “Wise, academician advice.”
It’s accepting late, so we alpha authoritative our way aback to Grohl’s house. Aback we get there, Ophelia is napping, so we edge upstairs, through the girls’ atelier (wagons, applesauce beds, toy guitars) and into Grohl’s office, area three aerial shelves awash with Grammys and VMAs are the alone trace of bedrock brilliant in the house. We sit out on the balustrade (where Grohl says he already saw a UFO), and he lights addition cigarette, afresh notices article on the ground. “Whoa,” he says. “There’s a fucking asleep bird, man!”
He crouches bottomward and, with a dad’s nonchalance, tosses it into the bushes. “Ugh,” he says. “Dead birrrrd. I’m animated my kids didn’t acquisition that.”
In October, the bandage is acute Cal Jam, an admiration to an analogously called 1974 anniversary that featured Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, and Earth, Wind and Fire. The original, captivated at an auto clue east of L.A., drew added than a quarter-million fans. “That speedway artful aloof seemed so cool,” Grohl says. “This skeleton date in the midday heat, and a agglomeration of shirtless bodies with Michelob bottles and sunburns and jean shorts.” The abutting they could appear was an amphitheater in San Bernardino, area they’ll banderole a calendar including Queens of the Stone Age, Liam Gallagher and Cage the Elephant. “A lot of them are bubbler buddies. And some I’ve never met,” Grohl says. “I can’t wait. It’s gonna be fucking fun.”
I ask if there was anyone they approved to book and couldn’t. Grohl avalanche exceptionally silent. “You know,” he says afterwards several seconds. “We capital to accept Soundgarden. They had agreed to do it. And, um …” His articulation catches. “It didn’t happen.”
Chris Cornell had been a acquaintance of Grohl’s aback their Seattle grunge days. “I admired him,” Grohl says, articulation breaking. “He was a absolutely candied guy. Abounding of life. And he had so abundant to offer. That one hurt,” he says through tears. “Over the years you array of calculation your blessings that you survived, and aback you see addition one go bottomward …”
The attributes of Cornell’s afterlife dredged up decidedly aching memories for Grohl, who knows what it agency to lose a bandmate to suicide. “I acquainted for his family,” he says. “And I acquainted for his …” He chokes up again. “And I acquainted for his band, you know? Because that’s a continued road, man.”
Grohl is quiet a continued time. “Every time it happens, the aforementioned activity comes up,” he says. “It’s abominable and ambagious and I aloof don’t get it. You get into this with a adulation of music, and administration it with people, and you achievement everybody feels the aforementioned way. I apperceive it’s added complicated than that … but, fuck. It aloof sucks.”
Just then, a car pulls up in the driveway beneath us. It’s Grohl’s wife, Jordyn, and Harper, home from camp. He stands up, sniffling. “But, yeah,” he says. “I’ve consistently acquainted like the best important affair is aloof to get home safe. You aloof gotta accumulate on befitting on.” He starts bottomward the stairs, wiping abroad tears as he goes.
Downstairs, Ophelia is alive from her nap and watching The Boss Babyish on the couch. Harper is in the kitchen, cat-and-mouse for Grohl. (His oldest daughter, Violet, 11, went to a friend’s house.) He accomplish off the stairs and gives her a high-five. “I said what’s up!” he says.
“I said what’s up!” Harper answers.
Grohl hugs and kisses Jordyn, afresh turns aback to Harper. “How was camp?” he asks. “Was it the old-people architecture today?”
“No, that was yesterday,” she says. “Today I did the Mad Hatter and a dog.”
“Really?” he says, excited. “Was it cool?”
“Yeah!” she says.
Today their Labradoodle, Penny, has a birthday, so they got her a doggie cupcake with a “2” on it and some altogether hats. Ophelia runs about aggravating to put a hat on Penny, giggling, while Harper puts one on her forehead and pretends to be a unicorn. Assuredly the dog is wrangled, and anybody gathers about her to sing “Happy Birthday.” Afterward, Ophelia assault out the candle in her face, and Penny runs off with the cupcake. Grohl smiles, blessed to accept a abounding house.
Watch below: Grohl performs an acoustic adaptation of “Something from Nothing.”
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