Dave Grohl is still confined to his throne (poor guy), but that hasn't stopped Foo Fighters from playing some of the most legendary shows in recent memory.

The streak continued last night (Oct. 2) at the Austin City Limits Music Festival, when Grohl and the band launched into a Pink Floyd classic during their headlining set. The band played "In the Flesh?," a cut off the classic rock band's 1979 double LP The Wall.

Earlier in the set, blues guitarist and singer Gary Clark Jr. joined the Foo Fighters on stage for a take on "What Did I Do?/God As My Witness" from the band's last record, Sonic Highways.

They also covered bits of Van Halen's "Eruption," Yes' "Roundabout" and Rush's "Tom Sawyer" during a mid-set medley.

Check out video of the band covering Pink Floyd below, and peruse the band's ACL Festival set list. And remember you can livestream all this weekend's ACL Fest right here.

Foo Fighters ACL Festival Set List
"Everlong"
"Monkey Wrench"
"Learn To Fly"
"Something From Nothing"
"The Pretender"
"Big Me"
"Congregation"
"Walk"
"Eruption" / "Roundabout" / "MTV Theme Song" / "Tom Sawyer"
"Cold Day In The Sun"
"My Hero"
"All My Life"
"Times Like These"
"Skin And Bones"
"These Days"
"What Did I Do?/God As My Witness"
"This Is A Call"
"In the Flesh?"
"Best Of You"