More arrivals from Fall Out Boy. Last week the emo vets announced their new album So Much (For) Stardust, sharing their first single “Live From The Other Side.”
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Then on the very same day, founding guitarist Joe Trohman let the world know that he’d be taking a break from the band to focus on his mental health.
And now, this week, FOB is back with the release of a new song and accompanying music video. “Heartbreak Feels So Good,” which will appear on the pop-punk now-turned trio’s next album with arrives March 24.
Fall Out Boy hilariously first teased the new song on Monday using the powers of the internet and all things viral. By editing the viral AMC promo, specifically Nicole Kidman’s iconic line — “Somehow, heartbreak feels good in a place like this,” to show Kidman gazing in awe at a snippet of the “Heartbreak Feels So Good” music video. Check it out below.
This latest cut from soon to be released eighth studio album flaunts the more Pop-y side of the band that they’ve leaned into in recent years.
In the song’s video, the band attempts to stage a stunt — a planned kidnapping of Rivers Cuomo. (Yes, from Weezer) But Cuomo doesn’t want to be fake-kidnapped (and rightfully so), so he sends a mob of his screaming fans after Fall Out Boy. Which transpires into the band fighting a bunch of bikers, jumping off rooftops, and destroying parts of a street festival all in their rush to get back in time for their concert later that night. Confused when they arrive at an empty stadium when they arrive, they phone Trohman to let him know they’re there. “Why?” he asks. “The show is next weekend.”
Watch Fall Out Boy’s “Heartbreak Feels So Good” music video below.
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