Foo Fighters play secret club show in London

Dave Grohl and band play epic set at Camden's Dingwalls

Foo Fighters concluded their week in London with a top secret intimate show in the capital tonight (February 26).

The band played the 500-capacity Dingwalls venue as a special fan show under the alias White Limo, following rumours that the band would be taking to the small Camden stage for a very special gig.

Just 24 hours after headlining the NME Big Gig at Wembley Arena the band continued their recent Los Angeles tradition of playing new album ‘Wasting Light’ in its entirety.

They then played a second show of hits, including a cover of Prince‘s ‘Darling Nikki’, which they released as a B-side back in 2004. The whole performance clocked in at almost three hours.

Greeting the sweaty venue Dave Grohl, who picked up the Shockwaves NME Godlike Genius Award on Wednesday (February 23), shouted: “You remember me? This is not an arena rock show right here. This is something different.”

“We’re gonna be here a long time, so get comfortable.”

Foo Fighters played:

[b’Bridge Burning’
‘Rope’
‘Dear Rosemary’
‘White Limo’
‘Arlandria’
‘These Days’
‘Back & Forth’
‘A Matter Of Time’
‘Miss The Misery’
‘I Should Have Known’
‘Walk’
‘All My Life’
‘Generator’
‘My Hero’
‘Up In Arms’
‘Times Like These’
‘Stacked Actors’
‘Cold Day In The Sun’
‘Long Road To Ruin’
‘Big Me’
‘For All The Cows’
‘Monkey Wrench’
‘Everlong’
‘Darling Nikki’
‘This Is A Call'[/b]