Dave Grohl covering Peaches has surprisingly epic results

14 December 2020, 15:20 | Updated: 14 December 2020, 18:25

Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl and Peaches
Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl and Greg Kurstin have covered Peaches. Picture: 1. YouTube/Foo Fighters 2. Jo Hale/Getty Images

The Foo Fighters rocker and Greg Kurstin performed the 2000 hit F*** The Pain Away on night four of their Hanukkah Sessions series.

Dave Grohl has covered Peaches' F*** The Pain Away and it's giving us serious '00s indie club nostalgia.

The Foo Fighters frontman has joined forces with producer Greg Kurstin for a special Hanukkah Sessions series, which sees them celebrate eight songs by eight famous Jewish artists for each night of Hanukkah.

Watch them take on the infectious and explicit '00s banger here:

Sharing their take on the indie disco classic, they wrote: "Drake’s not the only musical Jew from Canada…tonight we feature a Canadian rock G-Dess…who coincidentally grew up around the corner from a Canadian Jewish rock G-D (G-ddy Lee). Straight out the mikvah, here’s @peaches!"

Some fans weren't aware of the original song and joked that they needed a warning beforehand or a cigarette afterwards.

However, people were loving the rendition with one fan even suggesting they release their covers as an album.

Dave Grohl and Greg Kurstin announced their sessions last week and kicked things off with a bang by sharing their epic cover of Beastie Boys' Sabotage.

Watch them perform it here:

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Meanwhile, the Foos are headlining Amazon's Holiday Plays this week and their announced the news with a special skit with Lil Nas X.

Watch them in action here:

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