Foo Fighters have been very nostalgic as of late due to their 25th anniversary as a band, and they’ve helped mark the occasion with a new video.

Embedded below is “Times Like Those,” a 25-minute video of the band sitting down Mystery Science Theater 3000-style and looking at photos from the band’s lengthy history. In a statement, the video “…finds Foo Fighters making the most of their pandemic downtime, as they narrate a carousel of versions of the band and its individual members’ various versions of themselves over the years—some with different hair, some bigger, some smaller, some with different numbers of toes…”

Times Like Those | Foo Fighters 25th Anniversary

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In other Foo news: The band will be taking part in a special holiday concert livestream via Amazon Music on December 15. The show will be a take on classic school holiday concerts and will include “an exclusive performance of something new, something festive, and a few everlong—sorry—evergreen numbers.”

To set a reminder to watch this livestream and for complete details, head over to

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