Fall Out Boy Get Abducted By Beautiful Women In New Video 'The Phoenix'

March 26th, 2013 9:30pm EDT

Fall Out Boy Fall Out Boy may have only split for a mere four years, but if new single "Phoenix" is any indication the band has risen from the ashes stronger than ever.

The band released the video for their new single on Tuesday, the second off their upcoming "Save Rock And Roll," album, due in May.

The new video is a prequel to "My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)," which was released in early February to go along with the announcement that the band was back together.

The video pays homage to Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction, showing the group gathered around a metal case with a glow coming from it while keeping from revealing what's inside.

One by one the members of the band are kidnapped by beautiful women and interrogated and tortured.

But unfortunately we'll all have to wait and see how the story plays out in the next video.

"Save Rock And Roll," produced by Butch Walker, will hit stores on May 7.

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