Foo Fighters have unveiled the second video from their upcoming album Concrete and Gold, along with a fun, interactive mobile tool that will likely have you looking at the sky more than during Monday’s eclipse.

Below is the celestial video for “The Sky Is A Neighborhood” that finds the band rocking out on the roof on a rustic cabin in the woods while two young girls leaf through a mysterious book.

In a statement, Grohl says of the track that it’s “the biggest thing sonically that we’ve ever done.” (We certainly can’t say he’s wrong.  Also, if the track sounds familiar, perhaps it’s because Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins performed it at Sammy Hagar’s “Acoustic 4 A Cure IV” benefit show back in May.)

To go with the video, the band also launched a special constellation viewer can be accessed on mobile devices only that helps you locate various constellations in the night sky while “The Sky Is A Neighborhood” plays.  (Naturally.)

 

 Erica Banas is a rock/classic rock blogger that loves the smell of old vinyl in the morning.

Erica Banas is a rock/classic rock news blogger who's well versed in etiquette and extraordinarily nice.