Dave Grohl Snaps Selfie With Girl From Nirvana’s ‘Heart-Shaped Box’ Video
Twenty-three years ago, Nirvana dropped their stirring video for In Utero track "Heart-Shaped Box." Last week, the Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl snapped a selfie with Kelsey Rohr, the little girl from the video.
Rohr wrote in a caption beneath her Instagram post of the photo last Wednesday, "Today Dave Grohl and I picked up right where we left off 23 years ago on set of Nirvana's last music video 'Heart-Shaped Box,'" Consequence of Sound reports.
She added:"Today reminded me that I peaked at 6 years old BUT I was the most badass kid on the playground. Today was the absolute coolest. Or in Dave's words seeing each other today was a 'historic moment!'"
Check out the cute Instagram photo of the reunion below.
Today Dave Grohl and I picked up right where we left off 23 years ago on set of Nirvana's last music video "Heart-Shaped Box". Today reminded me that I peaked at 6 years old BUT I was the most badass kid on the playground. Today was the absolute coolest. Or in Dave's words seeing each other today was a "historic moment"! What a legend!! #davegrohl #nirvana #heartshapedbox
A photo posted by Kelsey Rohr (@kelseyrohr) on Feb 9, 2016 at 9:07pm PST
Rohr was the creepy blonde child skipping around in a Ku Klux Klan robe in "Heart-Shaped Box," which turned out to be the band's last video made before Kurt Cobain's death. Revisit the video below:
Grohl has been revisiting his past quite a bit lately. As UpRoxx reports, he recently appeared on photographer and director Sam Jones' interview series Off Camera.
Separated into 10 parts, the revealing interview finds the former Nirvana drummer discussing his career since joining Nirvana. He says the band "became too big too quick. Bands are like families that go through uncomfortable growing pains, and if it happens all at once, it's just too much to handle."
The rocker also opens up about Cobain's death and how he still copes with it: "It honestly changed so much of my life that I felt the most important thing was just appreciating being alive, good day or bad day. But after Kurt died, I really felt that way, like, 'Okay, I'm gonna try this. What do I have to lose? I'm gonna start this band and then I'm gonna be the singer.'"
The Foo Fighters just finished up touring for the past year in support of their eighth album, Sonic Highways. At the end of the tour, they released a mini-EP titled St. Cecilia.