Dave Grohl continues to champion young rockers. In a letter written to the council of Cornwall, England on behalf of teenage metal band Black Leavers of Envy, Grohl has asked that they ease up on their noise policing. The group of teens reached out to the rocker asking for his help after the council shut down their garage practices over noise issues, since they restrict noise to a maximum of 30-40 decibels (or like Grohl says, "approximately the level of a dishwasher at 15 meters distance.") Black Leaves of Envy haven't been able to practice in three months.

"For musicians that lack the resources to rehearse in professional facilities, a garage or basement is the only place they have to develop their talent and passion. I believe that it is crucial that children have a place to explore their creativity and establish a sense of self through song. The preservation of such is paramount to the future of art and music," Grohl wrote.

There is currently a campaign to have Cornwall provide a communal practice space, which Grohl also supports in his statement. Foo Fighters have also posted a letter on their website addressed directly to Black Leaves of Envy, stating how they can better soundproof their garage space.