From their self-titled studio album debut—famously recorded entirely by frontman Dave Grohl himself—to 2017’s Concrete & Gold, Foo Fighters have been selling out arenas for nearly a quarter of a century. The Mentos-inspired music video for“Big Me” might have put the band on the map, but the hits kept coming with every album after,“Everlong” from The Colourand the Shape,“Learn to Fly” from There is Nothing Left to Lose,“The Pretender” from Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace.
A version of this Foo Fighters script logo made its debut on the cover of the 2001 single“The One,” which appeared on the soundtrack album for the film Orange County starring Jack Black. The music video for“The One” was also featured on MTV’s Making the Video, and was loosely based on the movie Fame.
Stylized Text: Foo Fighters
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