Foo Fighters are on a real tear. The band just picked up their fourth statue of the night for Best Rock Performance on the strength of their song 'Walk.' The band was up against Coldplay, the Decemberists, Mumford & Sons and Radiohead for the award.
The Foos had previously won Best Rock Song for 'Walk,' Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance for 'White Limo' and Best Long Form Music Video for 'Back and Forth.'
"This record was a special record for our band," frontman Dave Grohl said as he accepted the award. "We made this one in my garage with some microphones and a tape machine."
"The human element of making music is what's important," he added. "Singing into a microphone, learning to play your instrument ... It's not about what goes on in a computer."
The Foos already played once at the ceremony, running through 'Walk' outside of the Staples Center, and they are expected to perform again in a tribute to EDM, alongside Deadmau5 (who remixed their song 'Rope'), Chris Brown, Lil Wayne and David Guetta.
The band is also up for Album of the Year.
Foo Fighters Win Five Grammys
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