Nirvana's Surviving Members Reunite to Cover the Vaselines

The reunion took place at Foo Fighters' Seattle show
Nirvana's Surviving Members Reunite to Cover the Vaselines
The surviving members of Nirvana have reunited to cover one of Kurt Cobain's most beloved songs, "Molly's Lips" by the Vaselines.

The reunion by Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear took place on Saturday (September 1) at Foo Fighters' concert in Seattle. Novoselic's Giants in the Trees opened up the night.

"This is an old song, we haven't done this song together in a long time," Grohl said before the trio and the rest of Foo Fighters broke into "Molly's Lips."

Down below, you can watch some fan-captured footage.

Of course, "Molly's Lips" was famously covered by Nirvana in the early '90s, with the band then including their version of the 1992 outtakes comp Incesticide.