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Fall Out Boy Finishes "The Young Blood Chronicles"

Frontman Patrick Stump during the "Save Rock and Roll" video.
Frontman Patrick Stump during the "Save Rock and Roll" video.
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The Young Blood Chronicles, Fall Out Boy's 11-part series they had created in addition to their latest album, Save Rock and Roll (released last year) ended with its last two videos on Wednesday, with a special airing of the nine previous videos and the world premiere of the final two. The final two videos, "Miss Missing You" and the album's title track, "Save Rock and Roll (featuring Elton John)," finally concluded the year-long series that was uploaded onto Fall Out Boy's VEVO channel once every few months.

The hour-long special aired on the channel Palladia commercial-free, giving fans the opportunity to watch the series from beginning to end in the order intended, which is different than the usual track listing on the album.

Bassist Pete Wentz stated in an interview that they "wanted to do something different and unexpected" and "wanted to create something that had a narrative, but wasn't necessarily hopeful."

The band also put a special limited edition DVD copy up for presale in their webstore, which is available for purchase here.

Fall Out Boy is prepping to tour this summer with Paramore and New Politics, and they stop in the Valley on August 8th. Tickets and more information is available through this link.

Watch the video for "Miss Missing You" here and the video for "Save Rock and Roll (featuring Elton John)" here.

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