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Fall Out Boy Post Video For New Track The Last Of The Real Ones

Thursday, 14 September 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

Fall Out Boy have shared a video for The Last Of The Real Ones.

The song will feature on 'Mania', the follow up to 2015's 'American Beauty/American Psycho', which is due out on January 19.

Fall Out Boy Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat September 16 2017 - CHICAGO Illinois - House Of Blues - Chicago (USA)
Fri October 20 2017 - CLEVELAND Ohio - Quicken Loans Arena (USA)
Sat October 21 2017 - ST LOUIS Missouri - Scottrade Center (USA)
Sun October 22 2017 - SAINT PAUL Minnesota - Xcel Energy Center (USA)
Tue October 24 2017 - DETROIT Michigan - Little Caesars Arena (USA)
Wed October 25 2017 - TORONTO Ontario - Air Canada Centre (Canada)
Fri October 27 2017 - BOSTON Massachusetts - TD Garden (USA)
Sat October 28 2017 - BROOKLYN New York - Barclays Center (USA)
Sun October 29 2017 - PHILADELPHIA Pennsylvania - Wells Fargo Center (USA)
Thu November 02 2017 - FAIRFAX Virginia - EagleBank Arena (USA)
Fri November 03 2017 - CHARLOTTE North Carolina - Spectrum Center (USA)
Sat November 04 2017 - ATLANTA Georgia - Philips Arena (USA)
Sun November 05 2017 - TAMPA Florida - Amalie Arena (USA)
Tue November 07 2017 - HOUSTON Texas - Toyota Center (USA)
Wed November 08 2017 - DALLAS Texas - American Airlines Center (USA)
Fri November 10 2017 - DENVER Colorado - Pepsi Center (USA)
Sun November 12 2017 - SEATTLE Washington - KeyArena (USA)
Tue November 14 2017 - OAKLAND Colorado - Oracle Arena (USA)
Wed November 15 2017 - SAN DIEGO California - Viejas Arena (USA)
Fri November 17 2017 - LOS ANGELES California - Forum (USA)
Sat November 18 2017 - PHOENIX Arizona - Talking Stick Resort Arena (USA)

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