Foo Fighters sell their own Christmas jumpers

The festive-themed sweater features a gingerbread man and is priced at £19

Foo Fighters have released their own range of Christmas jumpers.

The band are selling the festive-themed sweater via their official online store, with the jumpers bearing the design of a rock-n-roll gingerbread man.

The item is priced at £19 ($29.99) and comes in both red and green versions (see in picture above).

The likes of Wu-Tang Clan and Death From Above 1979 put out their own Christmas jumpers last year.

Meanwhile, Dave Grohl and co have released new album ‘Sonic Highways’ earlier in November, reaching Number Two in the UK Albums Chart after being beaten to the top spot by Pink Floyd.

Foo Fighters recently announced a UK stadium tour, including two Wembley Stadium shows, set to take place in May and June of next year.

Dave Grohl has said that he is open to the idea of Foo Fighters headlining Glastonbury, with the Worthy Farm fest organiser Emily Eavis saying the band are “overdue” an appearance.

Speaking to NME, Grohl said: “I mean, it’s an iconic festival. I just tell everyone if they need a band, we’re pretty good. They should give us a call. See what happens.”

Asked to respond to the quotes, Emily Eavis told NME: “We’d love to have the Foo Fighters back at Glastonbury and they haven’t played since 1998 so its well overdue! We’ll have to see.”

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