Streams and sales of Foo Fighters’ music are up both domestically and globally following the tribute concert in honor of late drummer Taylor Hawkins at London’s Wembley Stadium.

According to preliminary sales and streaming data, Foo Fighters’ catalog got 2.4 million on-demand US streams the day after the concert, which was a 28-percent jump.

They got another 2.4 million the next day giving the group a two-day total of 4.8 million streams.

Foo Fighters’ digital song sales also rocketed 354 percent over the weekend.

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