The American rock band Foo Fighters front-man Dave Grohl talked about his feelings and life shortly after the death of his band-mate Kurt Cobain in an interview on the British BBC Two show Reel Stories.
Kurt Cobain‘s death in 1994 was extremely sudden and unexpected, and his Nirvana band-mate and Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl reveals going through a strange grieving process in the days and months that followed the tragedy.
I didn’t really have a plan. When everything’s sort of turned upside down and shaken up like that, you just wake up every day thinking, ‘Who am I, where am I, what am I doing?’
I believe it was then that I started to realize, ‘Oh, okay, you have to do everything once again.’ Meaning like, I have to make a pot of coffee and this is my first pot of coffee since Kurt’s gone. I have to go upstairs and get dressed. This is the first thing I’ll wear since Kurt has been gone. It goes like that.
I honestly don’t know what I did. It was months and months and months.