Fall Out Boy just released their new single "Champion" at midnight last night, and now they've unveiled a special new visualizer filmed at The Berrics, and it also includes some special guests. Check it out below!

The single comes from their highly anticipated new album M A  N   I    A, which will see its release on September 15. Pete Wentz previously stated that "Champion" is reminiscent of the tale behind The Neverending Story, and we also broke down the single's detailed artwork here.

The Berrics are a world-class skateboarding site that also provide top-notch skating facilities, and they served as the perfect host for Fall Out Boy, Post Malone, Russian skater Sewa Kroetkov, and some llamas to rip some sweet tricks.

Read More: Fall Out Boy announce intimate hometown ‘M A N   I   A’ release show

In addition to their new single, the band announced an intimate hometown release show in celebration of the release of M A  N   I    A at the House Of Blues in Chicago on September 16. See how you can register to get your chance at a ticket here!

Fall Out Boy’s seventh album is due out on Sept. 15. When talking about their new album for issue 347, Patrick Stump says this album is going to be different than anything they’ve done before.

“This [record] is the most off-script we’ve gone,” Stump tells AP for the very first story on their new album. “I want to try to invent something, because life’s too short.”  

Fall Out Boy are nominated for Artist Of The Year at this year’s APMAs. Vote here now, and be sure to pick up your tickets for the show here before they're gone! 

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