What are Foo Fighters trying to say?

Last updated 14:19 06/08/2014
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MYSTERIOUS MESSAGE: The Foo Fighters have today published this photo of Auckland record store Real Groovy on their homepage.

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The Foo Fighters are getting New Zealand fans excited by hinting that they might bring their new album tour Down Under.

The Seattle rock band has been posting geographical co-ordinates on its Instagram and Facebook pages in the past few days, and the latest co-ordinates match the location of Auckland music store Real Groovy.

The rockers, in a post on their Facebook page in May, hinted that they would be returning to New Zealand for their new album, Album 8.

The Foo Fighters' latest album is due out in the United States autumn.

Real Groovy retail assistant Colette Waaka said the band had not made contact about any plans to perform or appear at the store.

However, many touring bands visited the store and she would not be surprised if the Foos stopped in if they performed in Auckland.

The last time the US rockers, headed by former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl, came to New Zealand was in

2011.

The band's official Facebook page addressed Australians and Kiwis today, plugging its new merchandise.

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