Fall Out Boys show their recklessness side while wandering on the streets of Los Angeles in a music video for their new single, 'I Don't Care'.
Fall Out Boy have dropped a music video to promote their first single, "I Don't Care" from the band's fifth studio album, "Folie a Deux", which is expected to come out on November 4. The video features cameo appearances from Spencer Pratt of "The Hills", Mark Hoppus of Blink-182, and Cobra Starship's Gabe Saporta.
"It's a little bit of a satire on the rock-and-roll archetypes of being a jerk like trashing dressing rooms and being a general big, big jerk," Patrick Stump speaks of the video concept. "Because, if we're well-known for anything, it's that we're not really like that. We're not big jerks, we're just playing on that. These are all things that we would never do."
In the music video, the band members show no care for their surrounding. One of the band's members, Joe Trohman, is seen wandering in downtown Los Angeles, wearing only coat, and sometimes opening it up, showing his nudity. In another scene, Patrick snatches away a walking aid from an old man.
Fall Out Boy's "I Don't Care" music video: