The Fray's "You Found Me" video premieres

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The Fray's video for "You Found Me," the first single from the act's forthcoming self-titled disc, made its online debut Tuesday night on VH1.com. The clip, directed by Bear Creek High School alumni Josh Forbes -- who's also worked on videos for Alkaline Trio, Metro Station, Sara Bareilles and Great Northern, among others -- features aerial shots of the Chicago skyline at night interspersed with footage of Isaac Slade and the boys perched unnervingly on rooftops clad in black overcoats and lingering somberly among bystanders at the scene of some sort of car crash. (Um, City of Angels, anyone?) The new video is slated to premiere on VH1's Top 20 Countdown this Saturday, December 13, the same day the Fray is due to perform its new songs at Vail Snow Daze. -- Dave Herrera

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