Featuring some rather obvious product-placement shots, 'I Don't Care' music video is blasted by Pete Wentz for being too commercial.
Fall Out Boy's bass guitarist, Pete Wentz, is disappointed after finding that the "I Don't Care" video which has been premiered is not the one that they have worked on. " ... the video that we worked on night after night is not the version that aired," he explains. " ... this is NOT the edit the band approved."
Complaining the video for being too commercial, Pete continues saying that they are not aware of the cell phone addition that ends up in the video. "This will probably end up deleted either by me ... ," he reveals his outrage about the commercial scene.
A spokesperson for Apple and the band's label, Island Records, refuse to give any word regarding Pete's complaint. Also, the band's management company, Crush, offer a "no comment" statement.
"I Don't Care" is the band's first single from their fifth studio album, "Folie a Deux". Produced by Neal Avron, the record is expected to hit the market on November 4 as a follow-up for their 2007 effort, "Infinity on High".