The massive 1997 hit by The Foo Fighters, ‘Everlong’, faithfully arranged for string quartet. Dave Grohl wrote this song as a love song, saying “That song’s about a girl that I’d fallen in love with and it was basically about being connected to someone so much, that not only do you love them physically and spiritually, but when you sing along with them you harmonize perfectly.” It’s been featured numerous times in films and tv, and is a firm favourite at weddings thanks to its appearance in episode of ‘Friends’ where Monica and Chandler marry. This version keeps all of the rhythmic drive of the drum beat with octave snaps in the cello, with some great rhythms for the inner parts too.

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