Watch Foo Fighters and Rick Astley perform 'Never Gonna Give You Up'

Watch Foo Fighters play 'Never Gonna Give You Up' with Rick Astley

Watch Foo Fighters play 'Never Gonna Give You Up' with Rick Astley

During their set at the 2017 Summer Sonic Festival, the Foo Fighters struck up an immediate friendship backstage with Astley shortly before starting the show. After continuing to up-the-bar every time they hit the stage, the only thing left is to bring out other icons.

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And it appeared as though the Japanese audience knew who he was - his presence warmly received when Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl introduced him as his "new best friend". "This is f-ing insane", he admitted, "I just met him two minutes ago". You think you're headed to watch some awesome video or see some incredible new, exclusive content and boom, Rick Astley is serenading you to the sounds of his 1987 No. 1 hit "Never Gonna Give You Up". Astley just so happened to be in town as part of the festival lineup as well.

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The Foo Fighters rick-rolled thousands of concertgoers on the weekend when they unleashed the opening bars to "Smells Like Teen Spirit", only to pull the rug in the most exceptional fashion.

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