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"America's Suitehearts" is the fourth track and second single from American band Fall Out Boy's fifth studio album, Folie ÃƒÂ Deux. The music video was unveiled at 3 PM on January 1, 2009 on The N.
The song was performed on both Late Night with Conan O'Brien and at the MTV Inaugural Celebration.
The song debuted at #44 in late December 2008 in Australia on the ARIA Singles Chart and later reached its current peak, #26, in 2009. "America's Suitehearts" also debuted at #97 on the UK Singles Chart for the chart dated (week ending) January 31, 2009.
The video for the song involves various people being drastically changed by the media and paparazzi, which is what the song is said to be about. Hey Monday lead singer Cassadee Pope with Tony Chaw makes an appearance in the video. Clips of the band performing in exaggerated circus costumes on a carousel are shown throughout the video.
Wentz also stated that the music video was inspired by director Federico Fellini, as well as the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit?.
Each band member's costume represents a character from various lyrics on Folie ÃƒÂ Deux:
* Stump: Mr. Benzedrine (from "20 Dollar Nose Bleed")
* Wentz: Mr. Sandman (from "Headfirst Slide into Cooperstown on a Bad Bet")
* Hurley: Donnie the Catcher (from "What a Catch, Donnie")
* Trohman: Horse Shoe Crab (from "The (Shipped) Gold Standard")
Folie ÃƒÂ Deux is the fifth studio album by Fall Out Boy. The album, which is the follow-up to their 2007 album Infinity on High, was first released on December 13, 2008. The album is certified platinum in Australia, gold in the United States and silver in the UK.