Surely you didn't think the Foo Fighters would play it straight for their cover of the Bee Gees' disco classic "You Should Be Dancing?" Well, the joke's on you. The rock icons known for their love of dressing up for videos surprisingly keep things pretty rock and roll in the first visual from their Gibb-centric side project, The Dee Gees.
In the performance visual that dropped on Sunday (July 11), Dave Grohl and company are fully locked into the booty-shaking 1976 groove of the song that will appear on their upcoming covers album, Hail Satin. And while the band's singer/guitarist is wearing rock garb, he hits singer Barry Gibb's signature falsetto notes like a boss on the cover that adds some crunchy guitars and a thumping funk bassline.