Fall Out Boy tries to kidnap Rivers Cuomo in video for new “Heartbreak Feels So Good”
As promised, Fall Out Boy has released a new song called “Heartbreak Feels So Good.” Not only that, the track also comes with a very ridiculous, very Fall Out Boy video.
The clip begins with Patrick Stump, Pete Wentz and Andy Hurley planning a prank to fake kidnap Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo. Naturally, things don’t go as planned as we follow the “Sugar, We’re Goin’ Down” outfit on a wild chase through Los Angeles.
Guitarist Joe Trohman, who, as previously reported, is “stepping away from Fall Out Boy for a spell” to care for his mental health, makes a cameo at the end via FaceTime.
You can listen to “Heartbreak Feels So Good” now via digital outlets and watch its video streaming on YouTube.
“Heartbreak Feels So Good” will appear on the upcoming Fall Out Boy album So Much (for) Stardust, along with the previously released single “Love from the Other Side.” The follow-up to 2018’s M A N I A will arrive in full on March 24.
Fall Out Boy will be performing an intimate, sold-out hometown show at Chicago’s Metro club Wednesday. The group is also returning to ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! next Tuesday, January 31, to play “Heartbreak Feels So Good” after rocking “Love from the Other Side” on the show last week.
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