Watch: Foo Fighters share unreleased footage from fourth-ever show

The release celebrates the band's 25th anniversary

As part of their 25th anniversary celebrations, the Foo Fighters have released never-before-seen footage from their fourth-ever show in Seattle’s Velvet Elvis Arts Lounge on March 4th, 1995.

The show, which took place exactly 25 years ago yesterday, features songs from the band’s first album Foo Fighters, including “Floaty,” “Big Me,” and “Alone + Easy Target.”

The 1995 album was written and recorded entirely by Dave Grohl under the pseudonym Foo Fighters as a way to cope with the death of his friend and Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain. Shortly after its release, Grohl recruited Nirvana’s touring guitarist Pat Smear, and Sunny Day Real Estate’s drummer William Goldsmith and bassist Nate Mendel to form a group and tour the album that same year.

Check out the Foo Fighters’ fourth-ever show below.