During Foo Fighters' recent stop on "Saturday Night Live," frontman Dave Grohl took some time to work on skits with the cast. "SNL" has dropped a previously unreleased sketch with Grohl, in which the musician plays a "weird, wolf-looking guy" while cast members Beck Bennett and Kyle Mooney arrange New Year's Eve plans. Watch the clip above.
Titled "New Year's Kiss," the sketch sees Bennett en route to a bar where Mooney is partying. Bennett finally arrives at the bar before realizing Mooney has left with his crew for another, low-key speakeasy. Bennett must travel through a sewer to reach a "white void infinite space area" where Grohl plays gatekeeper to get to the next bar. Once he arrives, Mooney and his crew again play catch-me-if-you-can as they move to another bar. The wheel continues to turn before Bennett misses the ball drop.
Foo Fighters performed their single "The Sky Is a Neighborhood" from their recent release Concrete and Gold as well as a Christmas medley just in time for the holidays. Last weekend's performances marked the band's seventh appearance on "SNL" and first since 2015, when they were promoting their eighth studio album Sonic Highways.
Following Australian and South American tour legs in early 2018, the band will embark on an extensive North American tour beginning in April. They'll make 11 U.S. stops between April and May before returning for 18 more shows through mid September. Check out the complete list of Foo Fighters tour dates here and make sure to purchase tickets for an upcoming show on AXS.com.