The Foo Fighters just released a music video for "The Sky Is A Neighborhood," the band's new rock song featuring lyrics about extraterrestrial life and the religious implications of it, warning mankind about a future in outer space (or "Heaven").
The name "Foo Fighters" actually derives from UFOs seen during Word War II, so the band mates, especially lead Dave Grohl, are admitted fans of ufology, "believers" if you will; this makes their latest song all the more worth listening to:
The short story in the video depicts children ascending or becoming possessed by demon or angelic-like forces (however you interpret) and so I think it is worthwhile for those interested in Disclosure to watch. At one point during the video, a framed photo of Nikola Tesla (a hero among UFO researchers for his "flying saucer" models and discovery of free energy) sits alongside a framed photo of Jesus Christ:
Dave Grohl and his band mates may think that UFO and alien disclosure is soon to come, hence writing a "warning" song for their fans. One line in the song, after all, asks "Whose side are you on?"
Do you think this music video should be taken seriously, and will more and more public personalities come forward about the UFO phenomenon, with messages to prepare? Share your thoughts on this and more below in the comments, or on social media!
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