After their seventh studio album, Mania, debuted at #1, Fall Out Boy wasted no time in releasing the album’s companion EP Llamania. The three-song EP is performed by Fall Out Boy’s alter-ego llama band Frosty and the Royal Tea. Fall Out Boy frontman and film school applicant Patrick Stump also enlisted the help of the muppet-like llamas on the video for Mania’s closing track, "Bishops Knife Trick."
For the visual, Stump steps behind the camera to direct the llamas but quickly learns that llamas can be an unruly bunch, or perhaps it’s just Stump’s diva director persona. Either way, the video shoot quickly goes off the rails with Stump barking orders and the llamas descending into fisticuffs. Stump finally decides to do the video himself, saying that he “didn’t apply to film school for this.” You can watch the fun video for "Bishops Knife Trick" above.