WATCH: Foo Fighters React to Sweet Charity Choir's Cover of "Come Alive" for Suicide Prevention

December 28, 2017
Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters

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UK singing group The Sweet Charity Choir recently covered Foo FightersEchoes, Silence, Patience & Grace song “Come Alive” as a way of “encouraging those in need to reach out.” Specifically, the choir shared its cover for suicide prevention.

The cover begins with an introduction that speaks to suicide and mental health issues within the music industry, listing facts about its prevalence.

With a hopeful message that “singing can provide light in dark times,” the choir gave a beautiful performance of the Foo Fighters track, and Dave Grohl was incredibly moved, saying the singers made “this song of hope even more hopeful.”

Watch the touching performance and see Grohl’s reaction to the choir’s cover below.

If you or anyone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide or depression, a list of resources can be found here.

We’re listening.