Foo Fighter's animated short documents the making of 'Concrete and Gold'
Foo Fighters have teamed up with multi-disciplinary design studio Visual Creatures and illustrator Joe Garber to tell the tales behind their most recent release, Concrete and Gold, through an animated short film.
Narrated by frontman Dave Grohl, the film reveals his desire to work with grammy-award winning producer Greg Kurstin, and the sequential relationship they struck up during the recording period. Kurstin is attributed to the success of records such as Adele's 'Hello', Liam Gallagher's 'As You Were', and Sia's 'This is Acting'.
Garber's illustrations playfully re-enact the band's process after touring Sonic Highways, while the team at Visual Creatures bring these sketches to life resulting in a visual insight into the impact Kurstin had on changing the sounds and dynamics for their latest record.