Taking a page from Michael Jackson’s canon, Fall Out Boy wanted to make a high-concept video to support their newest album, critically acclaimed “Save Rock and Roll” released in 2013.
Pete Wentz told Fast Company’s Joe Berkowitz about the process, and how they were able to create the project.
I think that laptop culture has leveled the playing field, Wentz says. You don’t need a crazy budget. If you have a good vision and someone who can execute that vision, that’s all you really need. It’s just something that interests us–we’re not winning any Oscars any time soon.