A month or so after photos were uploaded online from fans present at the filming of Fall Out Boy’s new music video, which ruined their new music surprise, the band have finally released the official music video for the track.
Watch as the gladiator versions of themselves become the “David” against the big creepy “Goliath” in their version of the story.
Oh, and you might want to keep your eyes to the screen, because there is a really weird cameo from someone we would never expect.
No more information has been given about the band’s upcoming new record aside from the confirmation that it will be “coming soon” through Island/D2C2 Records, though there rumblings that it will be titled Centuries.
Fall Out Boy released the trailer to their new music video for “Rat A Tat” yesterday afternoon, letting fans know that the official video will debut today.
The ninth installation of their Youngblood Chronicles begins with some random scene flashing on an old television eventually leading to Courtney Love preaching through a blow horn to a room full of women who are all chanting, “Rat-A-Tat” and apparently hate music by the way they’re destroying instruments. The mad women go on to capture frontman Patrick Stump and have him connected to an electric chair, forcing him to watch a set of random scenes.
What exactly did these four guys do to piss these women off?
As of now, there are only two songs remaining from 2013’s Save Rock and Roll before the short film-like video comes to a close which they began over a year ago. Who’s betting the final video will debut once their “Monumetour” with Paramore finishes at the end of the Summer?
If you need to catch up with the story, head on over to Fall Out Boy’s YouTube page for all the videos from The Youngblood Chronicles.
This past weekend, a teaser for Eminem’s new single “The Monster” which features Rihanna was released giving fans a taste of what to expect in the video.
The teaser only truly gave us the information that the rapper is in the middle of having a therapy session with a therapist who is played by Rihanna. Rihanna places a tape into the television which reveals three words that probably mean a lot to the rapper.
The words included “violence” which we know is something he went through. “Family” which is something very important to him, hence the snippet of video showing his youngest daughter. And then there’s the word, “addiction” which he recently revealed he fought through.
During the weekend, there was no definite date as to when the video would premiere, but it looks like we didn’t need to look any further than today, because it has been released.
Check out the video, which comes in at over five minutes, here.
PS, the video says explicit so, that’s our disclaimer.
Lorde has been making news recently for speaking out against other musicians overs the last couple of months. First it was about Taylor Swift who later she was seen hanging with one afternoon. Then it was a dig at Selena Gomez about the message in her hit song “Come and Get It,” where the 17-year-old explained that the song was anti-feminist. Just last week, she spoke out against Nicki Minaj and Drake only to backtrack to let the public know that her words were taken out of context.
Amid all the taken out of context quotes, the singer has been working on the music video for the follow-up to her hit radio song, “Royal.” The video is for the song, “Team” which is also featured on her hit debut, Pure Heroine.
“This video was borne from a dream i had a few months ago about teenagers in their own world, a world with hierarchies and initiations, where the boy who was second in command had acne on his face, and so did the girl who was queen.” she explained about the idea behind the video.
“I dreamt about tests that didn’t need to be passed in order to be allowed in: sometimes the person who loses is stronger.”
The Naked and Famous have released the music video for their new song, “Hearts Like Ours.” The New Zealand-based band will be releasing their second full-length album titled, In Rolling Waves, on September 17.
While touring their hearts out from 2010 through 2012, they had been writing new material, eventually returning to the recording studio this past March with engineer Billy Bush. In less than a month, they had complete all the recording and then head off to London to put the finishing on the album.
For fans who are excited for the new album, pre-orders can currently be purchased through iTunes.
About a month back, Justin Timberlake began to tease fans about the second installment to already hit album, The 20/20 Experience. Armed with a black and white commercial and a sign revealing the date that his first single would drop (remember, the date was pixelated out?) the singer did what he intended; got fans excited for the new single.
Short after that, the song, “Take Back the Night” hit the internet as well as the radio waves and became an instant hit, like anyone doubted that. Today, the singer released the official music video for the first single off the follow-up to The 20/20 Experience. Instead of doing it the old-fashioned way of “here it is,” Timberlake decided to take an interactive road with this release.
Fans would be able to visit a custom site that will allow them to take a tour of all the location in New York City hat were used during the filming of the video which can be seen below.
According to a press release given by directors Jeff Nicholas, Jonathan Craen and Darren Craig, the video”harkens back to the days when nightlife ruled the city and beckons everyone within earshot that the night holds endless possibilities.”
Last week, Janelle Monáe premiered her new song “Q.U.E.E.N.” which features Erykah Badu or Badoula Oblongata if we’re going by the music video. The video features the two musicians and dancer wearing different costumes including stripped dresses on the dancers that helped camouflage them with the black and white stripped background. But the one costume that stays the same is Monáe famous tuxedo.
Muse have released a new version of the music video for their new single, “Panic Station.” The video features the group dressed in flamboyant outfits from the 80s including fur coats and neon colored clothes in Japan. They’re on a journey to defeat the bad guys but somehow end up going to a trippy club, aka Panic Station.
Partying with a dancing octopus, a large electronic woman and a T-Rex? Yeah, trippy might just be an understatement.