Fall Out Boy Release “Just One Yesterday” Video

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Having been kidnapped, tortured, and chased through the woods at night by a pack of angry teenagers with a thirst for pop punk blood, the members of Fall Out Boy are not exactly living the high life in their recent string of music videos. There is a story unfolding, though to many the plot remains unclear, and today the sixth chapter in their tale of woe has surfaced online.

“Just One Yesterday” is the quasi-ballad of Save Rock And Roll, and in a rather fitting turn, the official music video finds the members of FOB catching a bit of a break. Well, some of them, anyway. You see, following the events of the last video the members are now injured and separated in the forest they fled into a few chapters back. Dawn is breaking, and with the light of a new day comes hope that the nightmare they have been experiencing may finally be coming to an end. However, as you can probably imagine based on the previous clips, things soon take a turn for the worst and our heroes are once again left to fight for survival (and vomit snakes). You can view the video for “Just One Yesterday” at the end of this post.

It’s unclear when the final chapter of Fall Out Boy’s Save Rock And Roll epic will surface, but it’s probably safe to assume we’ll see at least a few more chapters unveiled before the year comes to a close. Comment below and let us know your thoughts on “Just One Yesterday.”

Oh! It’s worth mentioning that Fall Out Boy’s new album, Save Rock And Roll, is available now wherever music is sold. We dug it, and if you like this video there is a decent chance you will too.

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