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Dave Grohl and the rest of the Foo Fighters gang have given fans the chance to pick songs for their Reading and Leeds Festival sets list (Picture: Gina Wetzler/Redferns)

The Foo Fighters are set to deliver a typically epic performance at Reading and Leeds Festival and now theyve asked fans to lend them a hand.

The rockers will be taking to the stage over the August band holiday weekend, 23-25 August 2019, and they are giving fans the chance to request which tracks theyd like to hear.

So what songs do you wanna hear? #RandL19, the band asked on their official Twitter account.

Every album start to finish, one fan replied.

Something from nothing, these days, bridge burning and maybe the rest of your entire catalogue? another commented.

While many fans pleaded for the group to play specific tracks which didnt often make the cut for festival sets.

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Foo Fighters will be rocking the stage with a mix of big hits and fan favourites (Picture: Brantley Gutierrez)

Aurora!!!!!!! It has a whole new life when you guys play it live, one fan tweeted.

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Could you maybe do a poll on the website? It would be great to mix it up a bit with songs that arent usually.on the setlist. We love the hits also, another stated.

So what songs do you wanna hear? #RandL19 pic.twitter.com/NbT7fy3c7l

— Foo Fighters (@foofighters) August 9, 2019

Post Malone will headline the festival even though it will only be his second appearance ever.

Also joining in the fun are Twenty-One Pilots and The 1975, along with the likes of Blossoms, Bastille, The Distillers and Stefflon Don.

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The festival announced 22 new names to play at Readings famous Richfield Avenue and Leeds legendary Bramham Park from 23 – 25 August 2019.

Foo Fighters will make a triumphant UK return to headline the festival after sell out shows in Manchester and London in 2018; the band first headlined the festival in 2002.

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