The video appears to be set in some sort of grim nursing home, with the band playing themselves as old people.
Dave Grohl directs the time-shift clip, featuring pensioners in a mosh pit.
Wake up, the Foo Fighters are back.
United States rock stars Foo Fighters have surprised fans with the release of their first new music since 2015.
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Foo Fighters dropped a surprise on fans this morning (June 1) with the release of the new song "Run" and its corresponding video.
No details on a new album just yet.
Talking about releasing new music, the rocker told Gordon Smart: "To hear it go out to the world, it's like you're letting something free and it's unbelievable".
Foo Fighters head out soon on a tour of Europe and Asia and will headline summer festivals including Glastonbury in England, Roskilde in Denmark and Summer Sonic in Japan. The song sees the Foos in familiar territory, kicking off with a ballad-esque beginning, only to quickly shift into raging high gear, bolstered by Grohl-screamed lyrics.