Watch Fall Out Boy’s Complete ‘Youngblood Chronicles’

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After a year and a half of music videos and singles being released from their “comeback” record, Save Rock and Roll, Fall Out Boy finally completed The Youngblood Chronicles and aired the full thing at Palladia and VH1 for those who were not able to make it.

Until now, the music videos which eventually became a short film, had been nothing but separate clips leaving the connection to the fans’ imagination, but now, like the group promised, the full video has been released.

Instead of going on about the story line of the movie, even though, if you’ve been keeping up, you know exactly what’s going on, you can now watch the full thing below. So, get some popcorn and a buddy and check out The Youngblood Chronicles. Also, don’t feel ashamed at singing at the top of your lungs for all the track, especially during “The Phoenix.”

Fall Out Boy Conclude ‘The Youngblood Chronicles’


After a year and a half of music videos being released in what has become the Youngblood Chronicles, Fall Out Boy have finally released the final videos missing to conclude the story including what was in the god-forsaken briefcase that has puzzled us all.

This past Wednesday, the band premiered the full Youngblood Chronicles via Palladia which turned all the short music videos into one cinematic film. The missing videos at that point were the tenth music video”Miss Missing You” and the concluding video, “Save Rock and Roll” which featured a small cameo from Sir Elton John, because, you know he does sing on the song.

According to the band, a DVD of the “film” is currently in the works which would be really cool to add to you Fall Out Boy collection, you know if your inner teenaged self still does that.

Anyway, check out the remaining videos here and if you still haven’t caught up, don’t fret, we’ve got you covered.

Conclusion: “Save Rock and Roll”

Part 10: “Miss Missing You”

Part 8: “Rat-a-Tat”

Part 8: “Death Valley”

Part 7: “Where Did the Party Go?”

Part 6: “Just One More Yesterday”

Part 5: “The Might Fall”

Part 4: “Alone Together”

Part 3: “Young Volcanoes”

Part 2: “The Phoenix”

Part 1: “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light ‘Em Up)”

Fall Out Boy Release “Rat A Tat” Music Video

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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.

Fall Out Boy Drop Teaser for New ‘Youngblood’ Video

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Fall Out Boy have announced that their newest addition to the Youngblood Chronicles music videos will be “Rat A Tat” which features Courtney Love on the track. The video, which will also feature the Hole frontwoman, is scheduled to be released tomorrow, March 6.

The band have released a 26-second teaser for the music video which features a montage of scenes from the upcoming installation of the series. Love makes her appearance with a blow horn while Fall Out Boy frontman, Patrick Stump is connected to an electric chair, some sketchy exchange going on in an alley way and a chick licking a windshield.

Yes, we are as confused, but considering all the previous videos for the series, we shouldn’t be at least surprised.

Rolling Stone got the opportunity to hang out behind-the-scenes of the video shoot and have some picture from the “Making of the Video” which can be viewed over on their site. Watch the teaser below and don’t forget to check in tomorrow on Fall Out Boy’s Twitter to see the full video.

Tommy Lee Featured in New Fall Out Boy Video


When you have Sir Elton John and Courtney Love one selected songs on your new album, does it comes as any shock that you would ask one of the most notorious drummers to do a cameo in your new music video?

That’s exactly what Fall Out Boy did with their brand new music video. The Chicago-based band released the newest music video for their Young Blood Chronicles series; the song for the newest addition was “Death Valley.”

Considering that the sky is the limit with their comeback record, Save Rock and Roll, the band decided to call on Tommy Lee to come and be in the music video. Lee plays the Devil, yes you read that right.

Watch the video below and don’t forget to see all the others before just in case you find yourself a little lost.

Fall Out Boy Rock Out Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show


When we revealed that Fall Out boy would be performing at this year’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, to say there was a sense of surprise would be an understatement.

After the initial recording had been made and some photographs had been released via the band’s Twitter account, the surprise seemed to subside, even that surprise that Taylor Swift would be taking the stage alongside them for a portion of the show dedicated to the British Invasion.

Last night, the special finally aired and just like it had been reported, the band took to the stage to perform two of their songs including “The Phoenix” and “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light ’em Up)” which featured Swift, off of their comeback record, Save Rock and Roll. Decked out like the illegitimate children of The Sex Pistols and The Clash, they definitely stood out among the catwalk full of barely clothed super models.

Instead of taking our word on it (if you didn’t already see it) check out the boys below:

Fall Out Boy Release Another ‘Youngblood Chronicles’ Video

The group Fall Out Boy poses at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards in New York

Fall Out Boy did tell fans to expect music videos for every single track on their comeback album, Save Rock and Roll and they weren’t kidding when they said that the music videos for the songs will result in a full horror film.  Today, the band have released the newest installment of The Youngblood Chronicles; the video for the song, “Where Did the Party Go?”

Check out the new addition below.

Fall Out Boy Release Sixth “Young Blood Chronicles” Video


Fall Out Boy are back with the newest music video for the continuation of their “Young Blood Chronicles.”

The song from Save Rock and Roll getting the music video treatment this time around is “Just One Yesterday” which features singer, Foxes on the track. Foxes already has one hit song under her belt and on the radio; she contributed her vocals to Zedd’s hit song, “Clarity.”

As for Fall Out Boy, there are currently a  total of six tracks that have gotten music videos as part of the chronicles and according to them, all the tracks on the album will be getting a music video, so at the end it ends up like a short film.

Watch the newest installment below and if you haven’t yet seen the first five, no worries, you can catch up on all of the previous videos here.

Fall Out Boy Release New Video

The group Fall Out Boy poses at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards in New York

Put on your war paint, Youngbloods because the chronicles continue!

Following their previous three singles and movie like music videos for them, Fall Out Boy have released the video for “Alone Together” which continues their Youngblood Chronicles.

The chronicles part 1-3 can be seen below and then you can check out part four, just in case you haven’t been keeping up with the story.


Youngblood Chronicles Part I-III:

Youngblood Chronicles Part IV

Take Over, the Break is Definitely Over for Fall Out Boy


Ever thought you’d see the day when Chicago-based Fall Out Boy would sell out, let alone have a line circling a venue? Well, that’s what happened at the Miami stop of the “Save Rock and Roll” tour.

The Fillmore is not exactly a small venue, but in less than 8 hours, the box office had officially ruled the tour stop, sold out. The line outside the venue that started to form at eight in the morning showed proof of just how much the fans missed the foursome.

The show started out with Fall Out Boy’s opening act, New Politics taking the stage and proving why they got the gig. The Denmark-based band, made a splash with fans easily shifting from hard-hitting rock songs to pop-punk songs that could easily fit into the genre that Fall Out Boy helped mold.

Frontman David Boyd, was what every frontman should hope to be with the energy that not once wavered as he did cartwheels, handstands, some break dancing and even clapping with his feet. His energy as well as the energy from the other two members, would explain why FOB frontman, Patrick Stump told the audience his cousin was more excited to see New Politics than FOB.

Once their set had finished, the stage went dark and the lights went up, giving fans time to prepare themselves for the show that would be starting after the set change.

It was a little past nine when the banging of the drums started and the silhouettes of the band could be seen behind sheer curtains. The noise of the fans cheering become united once the sheer curtains dropped, minus one that decided to stay lingering as the band into 2007’s “Thriller.”

Dressed in matching attire, minus drummer Andy Hurley who apparently missed the memo, they launched into a setlist that brought together songs from all of their albums. The hour and a half show featured songs from each one of their albums giving old fans some nostalgic moments and new ones to be introduced to those songs.

The set included songs from Take This to Your Grave such as “Grand Theft Autumn (Where is Your Boy)” and “Tell That Mick He Just Made My List of Things to Do Today” as well as selected songs from From Under the Corktree including “Dance, Dance,” “A Little Less Sixteen Candles, A Little More Touch Me” and the song that launched them to top 40 success, “Sugar, We’re Going Down.”

“Hum Hallelujah” and “This Ain’t a Scene, It’s an Arms Race” joined show opener, “Thriller” from Infinity on High while “I Don’t Care” and “Disloyal Order of Water Buffaloes” from pre-hiatus album, Folie à Deux made an appearance as well.

After taking a few seconds to collect themselves, they returned for their encore but first they sang bassist, Pete Wentz, happy birthday with the help of the sold out venue. The band presented the bassist with a cake and a $25 gift card to Starbucks which made him so excited, he ran clear across stage to give guitarist, Joe Trohman who had the card, a big, manly hug.

The encore included three songs, starting with a visually beautiful performance of “Save Rock and Roll” which paid tribute to some of rock’s late stars as well as current ones. Closing out the show were “Thnks Fr Th Mmrs” and “Saturday” which signaled the end of Fall Out Boy’s comeback.

While the show was great there was some disappointment which came in the form of Wentz. The charismatic stage persona he was known for was no longer there. The energy that he used to portray like a five-year-old on Sour Patches and Red Bull was all gone as well as the bass flips, jumps and dangerous antics. One thing that really changed and maybe for the best during the break was Stump’s ability to articulate. Long gone are the days of “watching Youtube from the closet.”

So when anyone asks if the break is officially over, the answer is “yes, the break is definitely over.”

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