"The Walking Dead" Star Norman Reedus has teamed up with Los Angeles-based garage punk duo, The Bots, for their upcoming musical project.
The garage rockers -- Anaiah Lei (Backing Vocal, Drums & Percussions) and Mikaiah Lei -- (Lead Vocal, Bass and Guitar) -- recently announced that the 46-year-old will be directing a music video titled "Blinded", reported Diffuser.FM.
The filming of "Blinded" will be done in the deserts of Barstow in California and the Rock band members have released a behind-the-scenes footage of it through FADER TV.
The one-minute, 44-second-long clip begins with Reedus playing drums at a dry lake bed, an experience that the trio is then seen sharing with viewers.
"We're probably full of dust right now; I know I am. But it looks cool, " says the "The Boondock Saints" actor.
This is the second directorial venture of Reedus after the short film "I Thought of You" in 2006.
As of now, on-screen Daryl Dixon has appeared in twelve music videos, including "No Cities To Love" by Sleater-Kinney, "Wicked As It Seems" by Keith Richards, "Judas" by Lady Gaga, "Fake Plastic Trees" by Radiohead, "Strange Currencies" by R.E.M., "Violently Happy" by Björk and "Gypsy Woman" by Hilary Duff.
The Bots made their musical debut through the album "Pink Palms", which was released last October. Recently, the garage rockers made their television debut on NBC's show "Late Night with Seth Meyers", wherein they performed "Blinded".
Watch behind-the-scenes Video of "Blinded" below: