Foo Fighters Take a Trip Down Memory Lane in 'Times Like Those' Short Film

Foo Fighters Take a Trip Down Memory Lane in 'Times Like Those' Short Film
This year marks Foo Fighters' 25th anniversary of being a band, and after their celebratory "Van Tour" was cancelled due to COVID-19, the group have got together to remember the good times with a new short film titled Times Like Those.

Directed by Dave Grohl, the film sees the band inside a home theatre, going through old photos and videos, and offering commentary and interesting historical tidbits from the last few decades of their careers.

"Maybe the 25th anniversary year didn't go *quite* as planned but we were still able to come together for a look back at the last 25 years," the band wrote in a statement.

Their new video arrives ahead of the release of their 10th studio album, Medicine at Midnight, which will be out on February 5 through Roswell Records/RCA. Previously, the band shared the album's lead single, "Shame, Shame," as well as its accompanying music video.

Watch the short film below.