See Fall Out Boy continue “This Ain’t A Scene” in new video for “Hold Me Like A Grudge”
Fall Out Boy’s new album, So Much (For) Stardust, has arrived in all its glory. To accompany the release, the band shared a theatrical new music video for “Hold Me Like A Grudge.”
The video acts as a continuation of 2007’s “This Ain’t A Scene, It’s An Arms Race,” where Pete Wentz stage dives and breaks his leg. Twenty years later, Wentz has transformed into a bionic man who’s “twice as fast as The Flash.” He even called it “the most ambitious music video that we’ve attempted to make in the past 10 years,” and it lives up to its reputation. Patrick Stump stars as a local wrestler, Andy Hurley acts as a monk, and people get sucked into a black hole toward the end of the visual.
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This summer, Fall Out Boy will hit the road in support of the new album, where they’re bringing along Alkaline Trio, Four Years Strong, the Academy Is…, Royal & The Serpent, Games We Play, and more. The U.S. run begins June 21 in Chicago, with the band continuing the run in Europe in October. You can grab tickets here.
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