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Fall Out Boy Releases 'Just One Yesterday' Music Video Ft. Foxes

October 15, 2013, 8:01 am GMT

The clip, which serves as the sixth installment of the band's 'Young Blood Chrinicles' series, sees collaborator Foxes turning frontman Patrick Stump into a zombie.



Fall Out Boy has debuted the music video for their "Just One Yesterday". Running for four and a half minutes, the video serves as the sixth episode of the rock band's "Young Blood Chronicles" series.

The clip opens with the members of the band being left injured after having a run in with the brutal kids from the previous episode, "The Mighty Fall". Collaborator Foxes makes an appearance in the clip as well.

Disguising herself as a passerby who helps all the band members, the girl uses her creepy eyes to turn frontman Patrick Stump into a zombie.

"Just One Yesterday" is featured in Fall Our Boys' latest smashing hit album, "Save Rock and Roll". Released back in April, the album landed at No. 1 on Billboard 200.

Fall Out Boy recently released "PAX AM Days", an EP which includes the tracks that the band recorded at Ryan Adams' Pax Am studio in Los Angeles last summer.

Fall Out Boy's "Just One Yesterday" (feat. Foxes) music video

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