Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl has chronicled his recording of a 23-minute instrumental song in the mini-documentary "Play," which features Grohl playing all the instruments on the song. Though visual effects, several different Dave Grohl "clones" enter the studio and give the illusion that they're playing the instruments at the same time. The first part of the documentary shows Grohl sharing his studio space with several kid musicians, who talk about the joys of creating music.
The "Play" documentary is also an interactive experience, where users can choose the audio and video they want to experience for each instrument. Users can also download sheet music and find a directory of organizations that support music education.
In addition to being an accomplished musician, Grohl is a talented visual artist and director. He earned Emmy and Grammy nominations for the 2014 Foo Fighters TV miniseries "Sonic Highways," which documented the band's journey to several cities to record the band's Sonic Highways album.
Foo Fighters have been on their Concrete and Gold world tour for most of 2018. They have announced a new North American leg of the tour, with upcoming dates continuing Sept. 1 in Seattle and ending Oct. 18 in St. Paul, Minnesota.