“You could be stunned to study that this famous person is… Canadian,” Grohl joked on Twitter when sharing the quilt, which sees the Foo Fighters frontman singing and taking part in drums.
“He’s by no means hidden the truth that he was M.O.T. so a technology of Jewish dad and mom might inform their children ‘if @Drake took the time to check for HIS Bar Mitzvah, you’ll be able to too.’ Twitterverse, challah at your boy!”
You could be stunned to study that this famous person is… Canadian. He’s by no means hidden the truth that he was M.O.T. so a technology of Jewish dad and mom might inform their children “if @Drake took the time to check for HIS Bar Mitzvah, you’ll be able to too.” Twitterverse, challah at your boy! pic.twitter.com/eyMyuNs5WP
— Foo Fighters (@foofighters) December 12, 2020
“This yr, as an alternative of doing a Christmas music, Greg and I made a decision to have a good time Hanukkah by recording eight songs by eight well-known Jewish artists and releasing one music every evening of Hanukkah,” Grohl defined of the mission in a teaser video shared earlier this week.
“With all of the mishegas of 2020, Greg Kurstin & I had been kibbitzing about how we might make Hannukah extra-special this yr,” he added in a tweet. “Pageant of Lights?! How a couple of pageant of tasty LICKS! So maintain on to your tuchuses… we’ve acquired one thing particular coming on your shayna punims.”
The Hanukkah Classes! will precede the discharge of Foo Fighters’ new tenth studio album ‘Drugs At Midnight’. The album is about for launch on February 5, 2021, and the band lately shared its first single, the dark ‘Shame Shame’.
“That is our Saturday evening get together album,” Grohl told NME of the new record recently. “It was written and sequenced in a manner that you simply placed on, and 9 songs later you’ll simply put it on once more.”