WATCH: Dave Grohl and Rick Astley jammed together and it's everything you hoped for
With Foo Fighters set to rock the RDS this coming Wednesday, you know that Dave Grohl and co. are going to playing some absolute anthems when they arrive in Dublin.
Well, if the Foos are looking for some extra inspiration to fill out their set list, they may have found it after the former Nirvana drummer and Grammy winner treated a London audience to a very special surprise.
As reported by RadioX, Grohl dropped by Hackney's Moth Club for the Club NME event, surprising fans with an impromptu performance.
After playing a few Foo Fighters songs during his set, Grohl then introduced the crowd to a surprise guest.
All my life I've been looking for something and it's probably this collaboration between the beloved Astley and the leader of the Foo Fighters.
This is a call to anyone that wants to see a genuine pop banger being covered by one of the most famous musicians in the world.
Astley also got to jam and play on the Foos beloved track 'Times Like These' and to sweeten the deal, he also lends Grohl a hand with the vocals on his own track.
After all, he's never gonna run around and desert you.
Take a look at the two songs below.
Me: What would a duet between Dave Grohl and Rick Astley look like?
— Tom McGowan (@tompmcgowan) August 17, 2019
It’s ‘Times like these’ that I appreciate just how amazingly crazy my lucky life can be! Last night I jammed with Dave and Rami from @Foofighters !!! You’re the Dudes !!
Thanks to @NME and Saint Leonard for a great set and loan of their gear
Rick X 🎥 Andrea Trendell pic.twitter.com/WOGPSt3Dba
— Rick Astley (@rickastley) August 17, 2019