Kodaline have spoken recently of their burgeoning friendship with Hollywood actor Courteney Cox - but now it appears that the former Friends star is getting involved in the Dublin band's career, too.
Cox's fiance, Snow Patrol guitarist Johnny McDaid, co-wrote a song on the Dublin band's new album 'Coming Up for Air' called 'Love Will Set You Free'.
Now it looks like the quartet are set to release it as a single - and Cox is directing the video for it.
She told Us Weekly magazine "I'm directing a video for a band right now called Kodaline. They're amazing. My fiancé had produced a track with them and when they were doing it at the studio, I said, 'Guys, I have to direct this video.' I felt it, I saw it."
Cox directed her first feature film 'Just Before I Go' last year, and has previously directed episodes of TV show Cougar Town.
The band are currently on tour in the US and look to have used a gap in their schedule to shoot the video in Malibu, California.
Cox shared a picture of herself with the band on Twitter:
Hanging with Kodaline after a day of shooting their next video pic.twitter.com/iqKJ2OMhrs
— Courteney Cox (@CourteneyCox) May 5, 2015
Hear 'Love Will Set You Free' below: