10 Questions

Dave Grohl: ‘I put Nirvana never’

7395c8edb21f1d29ffbb20ca0e6a5457 - Dave Grohl: ‘I put Nirvana never’

Foo Fighters frontman and former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl, in an interview that he was 24 years after the death of Kurt Cobain, still struggling with the music of Nirvana.

After Cobain himself commited suicide, could Grohl to say ‘for years to no énkele listening to music’. That says, the American rocker in an interview with the British GQ Magazine. ‘Let alone to the music of Nirvana. Each time the radio came, broke my heart.”

Until today, something that Grohl struggles. “I’m never a plate of Nirvana impose’, he admits. And if there is, somewhere, a number passage, ‘in the car, in the store, then catapults the Grohl immediately returned to the time of yesteryear.

‘I remember everything from then, ” says Grohl. “I still remember what shorts I wore, whether it snowed on a certain day…’ Also, he discovers new meanings in Cobain’s lyrics. ‘Suddenly it’s “wow, I did not realize that he thus felt”.’

Broken dream

In the meantime, toured Grohl with the Foo Fighters for more than 20 years around the world. In the interview with GQ , he says that he at that time, the attitude toward the united states has seen change. ‘In the nineties, the American Dream is still tangible, still desirable. Today, the dream is broken’, according to Grohl partly by Donald Trump.

“I have in my life probably more travelled than our current president, and if there is one thing that I realize and that he is not, then it is that the world is not so great. India, Asia, Iceland… That are not a separate solar systems. I am ashamed of our president. When I travel, I feel the need for me to apologise.’

Leave a Comment