Foo Fighters on the hunt for fan to direct new video

Dave Grohl puts a call out to 'aspiring young filmmakers'

Foo Fighters, Pearl Jam and The Flaming Lips will pay tribute to The Who at a Los Angeles benefit this summer. The bands are set to perform at the VH1 Rock Honors charity event, which will take place at UCLA's Pauley Pavilion on July 12 and airs on the cable television network on July 17. Proceeds from the event will benefit charities including The Teenage Cancer Trust. Pic: Tom Oxley
Foo Fighters have asked fans to direct a video for a song from their new album.

The band, who have previously worked with video directors including Michel Gondry and the Malloys, have put out "a call to all aspiring filmmakers" asking them to "upload your reel and show us what you've got!"

Watch two videos from the band talking about the competition, which is open now via Thisvideosucks, by scrolling down and clicking below.

The band will choose 11 directors from the entrants, with each winner getting the opportunity to create a music video for the unknown track, with each premiering on Fusemusic.com in the future.

Foo Fighters recently finished work on their new album, produced by Butch Vig.

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