In honor of Fueled By Ramen's 15th birthday, we picked out 15 memorable videos for songs released by the label–and, of course, a bonus clip to grow on. Enjoy!
Fall Out Boy, “Grand Theft Autumn/Where Is Your Boy”
Fall Out Boy’s most popular video while on Fueled By Ramen, the clip actually became more popular—just like Take This To Your Grave did—after the release of the band’s major-label debut, From Under The Cork Tree.
Panic! At The Disco, “I Write Sins, Not Tragedies”
Panic! At The Disco’s first music video showed how unique the band was, while showcasing their theatrical aspects as well.
Cobra Starship, “Snakes On A Plane”
Long before the group specialized in dancefloor-ready tunes, Cobra Starship penned the official theme for the movie Snakes On A Plane. The video is also notable for its guest appearances from Travie McCoy of Gym Class Hereoes, Maja Ivarsson of the Sounds and William Beckett of the Academy Is…
Gym Class Heroes, “Cupid’s Chokehold”
The video and song that broke Gym Class Heroes into the mainstream, the song (and clip) feature Patrick Stump, while McCoy’s former girlfriend, Katy Perry, also makes an appearance in the video.
This Providence, “My Beautiful Rescue”
A beautiful-looking video and concept, this This Providence clip is as memorable as the song.
The Academy Is…, “The Phrase That Pays”
Featuring actress Brittany Snow, the clip for “The Phrase That Pays” still keeps people guessing: To this day, a lot of people still wonder what Beckett says to the nurse after the first chorus.
Phantom Planet, “Lonely Day”
The video for one of Phantom Planet’s earlier songs has a futuristic, cartoon vibe: Frontman Alex Greenwald comes down from space in a nice car and arrives to perform with the rest of his band.
The Cab, “Take My Hand (Remix)”
This video is for the remix of the song, and not the original album version, which is why it features Hey Monday’s Cassadee Pope.
Cute Is What We Aim For, “There’s A Class For This”
The first music video from the full-band incarnation of Cute Is What We Aim For, it has a lot of energy; the song’s lyrics, meanwhile, introduce the band’s penchant for drama. Plus: There are guest vocals from William Beckett!
Less Than Jake, “Overrated (Everything Is)”
While technically not on an FBR release, this LTJ clip shows people that everything is overrated—even things that aren’t thought to be overrated.
Forgive Durden, “Beware The Jubjub Bird And Shun The Frumious Bandersnatch”
An older song by Forgive Durden, the video reminds people of the band's debut album, Wonderland, and the band's full lineup.
The Hush Sound, “Wine Red”
The video starts off dark and as flowers start to bloom, everything gets brighter—including the band’s clothing.
Powerspace, “Right On, Right Now ”(ALTERNATE VERSION)
The official video for Chicago-based, power pop band Powerspace. Because the band broke up in 2010, this fun video is the only official video fans have left.
The Friday Night Boys, “Stupid Love Letter”
A funny video from this FBR band that’s no longer together, it keeps the viewer in suspense to see what happens at the end.
A Rocket To The Moon, “Like We Used To”
A Rocket To The Moon fans couldn’t ask for a more heartfelt clip: It’s an easy-to-understand video translation for an easy-to-understand song.
Paramore, “Misery Business”
Arguably Paramore's breakout song, this video embodies the Riot! of their album title.