Fall Out Boy release music video for “Just One Yesterday”

October 15, 2013
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Fall Out Boy have released their new music video, “Just One Yesterday (ft. Foxes),” the sixth in the group's ongoing Young Blood Chronicles series, which will include videos for all 11 tracks from their latest album, Save Rock And Roll.

Watch “Just One Yesterday” below:

And catch up on The Young Blood Chronicles:

“My Songs Know…” | “The Phoenix” | “Young Volcanoes”
“Alone Together” | “The Mighty Fall” | “Just One Yesterday”

Pax-Am Days, the group's new collection of punk songs recorded over two marathon nights with singer, songwriter, and producer Ryan Adams back in July, was also just released digitally at midnight, and is available as part of a deluxe 2CD reissue of Save Rock And Roll. The record will also see a standalone vinyl release in November.

Fall Out Boy recently wrapped a tour of North America, and have plans to tour internationally in the coming months. Here's a full list of dates:

Oct 22 – Adelaide Entertainment Centre – Adelaide, Australia #
Oct 25 – Sydney Entertainment Centre – Sydney, Australia #
Oct 26 – Festival Hall – Melbourne, Australia #
Oct 27 – Brisbane Convention Centre – Brisbane, Australia #
Nov 5 – Islington Academy – London, UK
Nov 29 – The Metro – Chicago, IL
Jan 11 – Arena Monterrey – Monterrey, Mexico %
Jan 12 – Arena Ciudad de Mexico – Mexico City, Mexico %
Feb 28 – Palacio Vistalegre Arena – Madrid, Spain
March 1 – Palau Sant Jordi – Barcelona, Spain
March 2 – Le Phare – Toulouse, France
March 4 – Rockhal – Luxembourg, Luxembourg
March 6 – Le Zénith-Arena – Lille, France
March 7 – Palladium – Cologne, Germany
March 8 – Heineken Music Hall – Amsterdam, Netherlands
March 11 – Ancienne Belgique – Brussels, Belgium
March 12 – Le Zenith – Paris, France
March 15 – Motorpoint Arena – Cardiff, Wales
March 16 – NIA – Birmingham, England
March 17 – Phones 4 U Arena – Manchester, England
March 18 – Olympia Theatre – Dublin, Ireland
March 20 – Wembley Arena – London, England
March 21 – Metro FM Arena – Newcastle, England
March 22 – The SSE Hydro – Glasgow, Scotland

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Written by Philip Obenschain

APTV Nashville Correspondent Born and raised on a steady diet of punk rock and DIY culture in Staunton, Virginia, and now residing in Nashville, Tennessee, Philip Obenschain has spent time as a touring artist, artist manager, and show promoter, and is currently involved in television production and music tech, outside of journalism. In addition to his work at Alt Press and APTV, Philip is the assistant editor at No Country For New Nashville.