As part of his drum battle with viral 10-year-old rocker Nandi Bushell, he wrote a song dedicated to her and posted a video playing it on Twitter.
The epic drum battle all started when Bushell posted a video drumming along to Foo Fighters‘ “Everlong,” and challenged Grohl at the end of the video. Dave replied with a video playing Them Crooked Vultures‘ “Dead End Friends,” and the Nandi nailed didn’t miss a beat playing it back perfectly.
Grohl accepted defeat for the first round and teased that he had something special planned for the follow-up.
Ok, @Nandi_Bushell ……you win round one….but it ain’t over yet! Buckle up, cuz I have something special in mind…
— Foo Fighters (@foofighters) September 4, 2020
Now, the Foo Fighters frontman, with help from his daughters, is ready for Round 2. This time Grohl offers up a new track “off the top of [his] head” for the young phenom. In the video, Grohl plays drums, bass, guitar and sings lead vocals, while his daughters, Violet, Ophelia and Harper, sing along to a song that hears him call Bushell the “Queen of Rock and Roll.” Check it out below.
— Foo Fighters (@foofighters) September 14, 2020