Patrick Stump, Pete Wentz, Joe Trohman, and Andy Hurley have reunited to "Save Rock and Roll" with a new album due out this spring. To herald the album's arrival, Fall Out Boy have released a video for their new song "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light 'Em Up" and we have it here for you to watch!

After taking a break as a group in November of 2009, the guys pursued solo endeavors which included a 2011 album from Patrick Stump called "Soul Punk" and a side project for bassist Pete Wentz with the Black Cards. After a time to pursue other things artistically, the crew has reunited for their fifth studio album set to be released May 7.

In the video for the first single, which hit the internet yesterday (February 4), A crew consisting of a man and two women light a fire in a remote area to burn a bunch of instruments and Fall Out Boy merchandise with a dark twist waiting at the end of the video, before a brief announcement of the release date for the new album.

The gritty and edgy anthem offers a slightly new sound for the band, offering hope that they are indeed here to "Save Rock and Roll" as the album title suggests.

Watch the Video for "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light 'Em Up)"