Dave Grohl has returned alongside producer Greg Kurstin to begin another installment of the Hanukkah Sessions. The first video in the series of eight covers arrived on Sunday (the first night of the Jewish holiday) in the form of Lisa Loeb‘s “Stay (I Missed You)”.

The Foo Fighters frontman and his longtime producer begin the coffeeshop staple fairly straightforward. That is at least until the camera pans over and Dave is wearing his librarian glasses and a floral dress. Things escalate quickly as the cover takes a hard cut into thrash metal, complete with double kick drums. The opposing forces of folk-pop and heavy metal duke it out for the rest of the video, announcing the Hannukah Sessions‘ return with a roar.

“Welcome back to the menorah, y’all. Let’s kick it this year’s Hanukkah sessions with one of Dallas, Texas’s favorite Jewish daughters. So put on your coffee shop spectacles and your Betsey Johnson dress and HAVA listen to this,” the two wrote in the video’s description.

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Last year’s inaugural Hannukah Sessions series saw Grohl and Kurstin cover a wide array of famous Jewish artists including Beastie BoysDrakeMountainPeachesBob Dylan, Elastica, The Knack, and The Velvet Underground.

Watch Dave Grohl and Greg Kurstin cover Lisa Loeb’s “Stay (I Missed You)” for the first night of the Hanukkah Sessions volume two. Subscribe to the Foo Fighters’ YouTube channel to see new videos uploaded each night of Hanukkah.

Dave Grohl, Greg Kurstin – “Stay (I Missed You)” (Lisa Loeb)