WATCH: Fall Out Boy Roll Up to MTV VMAs with "Drivers" to Talk "Young and Menace"

August 29, 2017
Fall Out Boy - Joe Trohman, Pete Wentz, Patrick Stump and Andy Hurley backstage at the 2015 American Music Awards

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As best rock video nominees at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards, Fall Out Boy took to the red carpet before the show began. But they didn’t come alone.

Remember those Where The Wild Things Are-looking creatures (or are they llamas?) from the “Young and Menace” video? The band just couldn’t shake them, and they remained attached at the hip throughout Billboard’s interview with Pete Wentz, Patrick Stump, Joe Trohman, and Andy Hurley. Apparently they’re their drivers. Who knows.

Watch Fall Out Boy's "Young and Menace" video

Below, watch as the band opens up about the meaning of “Young and Menace,” embarrassing outfit choices over the years, and the secret to sticking together as a band for 16+ years.

Fall Out Boy’s “Young and Menace” was nominated for best rock video at the 2017 VMAs against Coldplay ("A Head Full of Dreams"), Twenty One Pilots ("Heavydirtysoul" – WINNER), Green Day ("Bang Bang"), and Foo Fighters ("Run").