Fall Out Boy reference past eras in music video for new song “Wilson (Expensive Mistakes)”—watch

January 11, 2018
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Fall Out Boy are back with an epic music video for their newest single, “Wilson (Expensive Mistakes),” taken from their forthcoming album M A  N   I    A.

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Of course, the video is a special one, as FOB fans will notice. Referencing previous videos and eras, including the Young Blood Chronicles (sorry you had to lose your hand, Patrick…) to Franklin the sheep from the famous Infinity On High cover, there are plenty of details that fans will appreciate.

Also, that lyric that reads: “I'll stop wearing black when they make a darker color.”

Yep, that's all of us.

Plus, there's a special call in number, and we promise you, it's well worth your time to give it a ring: 1-833-688-2697 (aka 1-833-OUT-BOYS)

Watch the new video for “Wilson (Expensive Mistakes)” (featuring the FallOut Boys) below:

The band's new album, M A  N   I    A, is due out January 19, and we are beyond stoked.

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.”  

What are your thoughts on “Wilson (Expensive Mistakes)”? Let us know in the comments below!

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Written by Maggie Dickman