After much anticipation, Fall Out Boy has released a new music video for its song “Immortals” from its upcoming album American Beauty/American Psycho. The video, which was posted on the band’s YouTube channel, was released Dec. 24, 2014, just in time for the holidays.
“Immortals” is included in the Disney film Big Hero 6 and the film’s soundtrack, which were both released earlier this year. The music video for the song, which is just over three minutes in length, includes clips from the film as well as footage of the band performing the song in concert. The music video for "Immortals" was released as part of the Chicago-based rock band’s ‘12 Days of Fall Out Boy,’ which culminated on Dec. 25 and comprised a number of treats for the fans, including a drunk history of the band, a video of the band’s dramatic readings of fan confessions, a virtual yule log, and sneak peeks of some of the songs on the band’s upcoming album, American Beauty/American Psycho. The band shared the videos and more via Fall Out Boy’s official website and social media pages.
The music video for “Immortals” is the latest from Fall Out Boy in recent months, following those released for singles “American Beauty/American Psycho” and “Centuries." The band also released an audio video for “The Kids Aren’t Alright” earlier this month. Fall Out Boy previously released a music video for “Immortals” in October which focused on a record turning in a jukebox; the band only appears in the first 20 seconds of that music video.
On Dec. 25, Fall Out Boy also wrote on the band’s Facebook page and website that more new music would be released starting next week. The band also hinted on the official Facebook page and website that more news would be announced soon, leading some fans to speculate as to what the news might encompass. American Beauty/American Psycho is Fall Out Boy’s sixth album and will be released Jan. 20, 2015, via DCD2 and Island, as previously reported on AXS.com. The album is available for pre-order through iTunes and Amazon.
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