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2016 live release from Dave Grohl and his Foo friends. Recorded at its namesake the Saint Cecilia Hotel in the midst of the band's two headline sets at that year's Austin City Limits festival, Foo Fighters' five-song Saint Cecilia EP is both a scrapbook of nearly forgotten moments in the band's 20-year odyssey and a heartfelt thank you to the legions of FF faithful who have made that journey possible. Returning to the city where the Sonic Highways' album and HBO documentary series concept was born, Foo Fighters instantly transformed the intimate, secluded South Austin retreat into a makeshift studio: within a day, the office became a control room, the bar was littered with mics and cable, the kitchen packed with amps and the fireplace obstructed by a drum kit. Decades of music no one outside the band had heard, fragments and long forgotten riffs from every album - closing cut The Neverending Sigh is 20 years old! - were exhumed or pieced together for the first time, all without the usual pressures and expectations that come with making an album. Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel, Chris Shiflett, Pat Smear, Rami Jaffee - and old friend Ben Kweller, who happened by one night and ended up adding backing vocals to the title track, sound as happy and relaxed as only a musical family reunion can.