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    Jul 30, 2015

    New Politics's New Music Video Will Feed Your Pop-Punk Soul

    It's complete with essential ingredients, like Patrick Stump and Brendon Urie.

    This is Copenhagen-based pop-punk band New Politics. They're pretty freakin' awesome, tbh.

    Last summer, they went on a huge tour with fellow pop-punk badasses Fall Out Boy and Paramore, and and everyone had a goddamn jovial time.

    It looks like they formed strong bonds on tour, because they released a video on Wednesday for their song “West End Kids,” with a killer lineup: Brendon Urie, Travie McCoy, and Fall Out Boy — just to name a few.

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    The scene is set: Brendon Urie is playing a Super Smash-esque video game against New Politics, who are computer characters. Pretty awesome, right?

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    Check out that Urie focus.

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    The first round pits New Politics' Søren Hansen against Brendon playing as Travie McCoy.

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    Patrick Stump makes a glorious cameo. LOOK AT THAT ENTRANCE.

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    And Brendon takes an iconic beer break before he brings the rest of FOB in for a fight.

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    But the New Politics characters kick some serious Fall Out Boy ass.

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    The whole thing ends with Brendon being pretty pissed off about losing. Very ~in character~ for a true video game player.

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    Watch the whole, glorious production in full here:

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    New Politics's new album, Vikings, is out on August 14, 2015.