Running under 20 seconds, the preview gives a sneak peek to some scenes plus prepare audience for another preview that will air November 20.
ABC has released a 17-second preview of "Lost" season 5 that is attached with a snippet of The Fray's new single, "You Found Me". The newly released footage is outed ahead of the longer one which will be played during the airing of "Grey's Anatomy" episode 5.09 on November 20.
"Lost" will only hit the screen again on January 21, 2009 but the November 20 footage will include some scenes from the new season plus give a sneak peek to the first single from The Fray's self-titled sophomore album which will drop February 3, 2009. The footage also provides as a preview for the longer music video that combines more of the scenes and live band performance footage from "You Found Me".
The music video will be premiered during "Lost" that airs on ABC starting at 9 P.M. EST. An extended version of the video will be available online immediately following the on-air premiere at ABC.com.
The fifth season will pick up the story 108 days after the fateful plane crash. It will show what happen to the people that have been rescued off the island and how they are determined to come back to the island to save the remaining people, but find it difficult since Locke has successfully removed the island out of sight in season four.
This would not be the first time The Fray support a TV series with their single. In 2006 they attached their hit single "How to Save a Life" to "Grey's Anatomy". "Because this band appeals to everyone from 8 to 80, television really does play a great role in exposing the music to a wider audience," Lee Stimmel, the executive VP of Epic said on attaching the band's song to "Lost". "And the band writes amazing songs that work with a picture."