1,000 Foo Fighters fans team up to cover the band’s ‘Saint Cecilia’ – watch

The fan group had previously performed ‘Learn To Fly’ together

A group of 1,000 Foo Fighters fans dubbing themselves the Rockin’ 1000 have teamed up to cover the band’s track ‘Saint Cecilia’.

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As Spin reports, the fans recorded themselves performing the song remotely and then cut the audio and footage together to make one group performance of the track – taken from the band’s recent EP of the same name.


This is the second time the group, from Cesena, Italy, have come together to show their support of the band.

Last July, they joined forces to perform ‘Learn To Fly’ in a bid to get Foo Fighters to play in their city. Following the performance – footage of which went viral – the band subsequently played a gig in Cesena in November, inviting the organisers of the video to join them onstage.

Meanwhile, another novel performance of ‘Learn To Fly’ also recently occurred when Dave Grohl teamed up with The Muppets to play the song. Grohl appeared with Missy Piggy’s band, Dr Teeth and The Electric Mayhem, on the show earlier this week.



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