Two angry llamas are doing more than just spitting in Fall Out Boy’s new music video for their single “The Last of the Real Ones.” It’s unclear what band member Pete Wentz did to piss them off but by the end, he’s being stabbed with a shovel by his furry captors while tied up in the trunk of a car.
The surreal scene seems similar to the opening of the movie “Goodfellas” in which Joe Pesci and Robert De Niro have to off wise guy Billy Batts (played by recently deceased actor Frank Vincent) after a late-night war of words turns to actual violence. The intro to Fall Out Boy's new vid even comes with a warning message, alerting viewers what they’re about to see is “graphic in nature.”
“The Last of the Real Ones” is the third single and music video from Fall Out Boy off their upcoming album “Mania,” following the release of “Young and Menace” and “Champion” earlier this year.
“Mania" is due out Jan. 19. Check out the video for “The Last of the Real Ones” (above).