After months of building hype, Fall Out Boy finally released their new album, M A N I A, today! If that’s not enough, fans have also been treated with the sixth music video to come from the record so far. “Church” is a gospel-tinged standout on the new album, and the soundtrack to the latest music video. More serious than last week’s “Wilson (Expensive Mistakes)” video, “Church” is an intense drama. Fall Out Boy performs in a crowded cathedral, while the story centers on a couple escaping the mafia. The video offers forbidden love, murder… and frontman Patrick Stump singing in a coffin. While “Church” doesn’t feature the monster llamas highlighted in the other M A N I A singles, the purple glow still ties it in aesthetically.
Watch the music video for “Church” below:
Fall Out Boy just released their 7th album, M A N I A, today. “Church” is the sixth single and music video we’ve gotten from the record already. After lead “Young And Menace” last April, we’ve also gotten videos for “Champion,”“The Last Of The Real Ones,” “HOLD ME TIGHT OR DON’T,” and, most recently, “Wilson (Expensive Mistakes).” At this point, there are only four songs left on the album waiting to see the video treatment. This may end up being like Save Rock And Roll – a music video for each song.
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