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The Foo Fighters took to the Glastonbury stage this weekend, and there was a moment when the crowd of 150,000 joined in singing the band’s “Best Of You” in unison, and it’s bound to bring you goosebumps. (via Consequence Of Sound)

Give the video a watch below!

Read more: Foo Fighters announce new album, ‘Concrete And Gold’

This is the band’s first time headlining the festival, after they were forced to pull out in 2015 after Grohl broke his leg, according to NME.

While the crowd was singing, Dave Grohl said, “This is exactly what I fucking hoped would happen… Thank you so much you guys. It’s been a beautiful evening.”

The band were clearly in awe of the crowd that kept on singing, and we are too. Give the video a watch below:

Their Glastonbury performance followed the announcement of their new album, Concrete And Gold, which is set to be released this September. Check out the dates for the Foo Fighters’ North American headlining tour here!

The record announcement comes after the surprise release of the album's debut single, “Run,” earlier this month.

Foo Fighters' last full-length album was 2014's Sonic Highways, and they released their Saint Cecelia EP in 2015.

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