After 1,000 Italian musicians got together to play in hopes of getting the Foo Fighters' attention, Dave Grohl himself addressed them.

Last week, we told you about 1,000 musicians who played in Cesena, Italy, to try and get the Foo Fighters to agree to do a show in their town. The musicians played the Foo Fighter's "Learn To Fly," and gained almost 18 million views on Youtube. But the creator of the stunt, Fabio Zaffagnini, said he the video was “conceived to be addressed just to five people: Chris, Pat, Nate, Taylor and Dave Grohl, the Foo Fighters.” Lucky for him, they saw and replied.

The Foo Fighters' lead singer Dave Growl saw the video and responded with his own video, in Italian! You can watch the video above but BBC went ahead and translated the video from Italian to English. Here's what Dave Grohl said,

"Hello Cesena. It's David. Hi.

I am sorry I don't speak Italian, just a bit, a bit.

This video, was good! Super nice. Thank you so much.

We're coming, I swear. We'll see each other soon.

Thank you so much. I love you.

Ciao."

Looks like the group's plan worked, and they're now getting their own Foo Fighters concert. Good job!