18. “Fake Your Death” (May Death Never Stop You: The Greatest Hits 2001-2013)
We ’ ll be honest, we put this one in last identify partially because we ’ re still not over the fact that they ’ re gone. seriously, guys, please get the gang back together ! This video-come-trailer compiles footage from the versatile music video recording shoot throughout MCR ’ s illustrious career. One to stick on when you feel like reminiscing .
17. “Honey, This Mirror Isn’t Big Enough For The Two Of Us” (I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love)
A lot of things are pretty eldritch about this video recording, but the adult question we ’ ve have is : Gerard, what the fuck are you doing with your clapper at 1:16 ?
16. “Sing It For Japan” (Sing It For Japan)
This orchestral reimagining of the Danger Days single was released to benefit the victims of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. The best matter about this video recording is the plain volume of art the set ’ sulfur fans contributed. Proof, if ever it was needed, that the MCRmy are one of the most creative and devoted fanbases out there.
15. “I’m Not Okay (I Promise) [Version 1]” (Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge)
An iconic birdcall, no doubt, but this international relations and security network ’ t the video recording you associate with My Chem ’ randomness break single. Before the school uniforms and croquet—more on that later— “ I ’ m not Okay ” was visualized in the form of early on go footage of the ring .
QUIZ: How well do you know the lyrics to “I’m Not Okay (I Promise)”?
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14. “Vampires Will Never Hurt You” (I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love)
Face key, febrile toy and heaps of drama, MCR ’ randomness introduction video was a sign of what was to come from the band. Gerard ’ s performance hera, in particular, is attest of a future asterisk just beginning to discover his abilities as an artist .
13. “Planetary (GO!)” (Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys)
Filmed at London ’ s Islington Academy and featuring hundreds of the band ’ s fans, the video for Danger Days ’ third base one is a visual image of the illegal raves Gerard speculated would take set in the dystopian universe of the Killjoys. Where do we get a slate ?
12. “The Kids From Yesterday” (Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys)
Like “ Fake Your Death ” before it, “ The Kids From yesterday ” is a collage video recording, produced by the ring and sports fan Emily Eisemann, who impressed My Chem with her own roughhewn of the video enough that they brought her in to help on the official thing. Yet another exercise of the MCRmy ’ randomness power .
11. “I Don’t Love You” (The Black Parade)
It ’ s the ultimate emo grief hymn, and the television for “ I Don ’ t Love You ” echoes the aroused devastation of the song. A proper tear-jerker .
10. “Teenagers” (The Black Parade)
A overtone tribute to Pink Floyd film The Wall, the video recording for “ Teenagers ” has got boast masks, cheerleaders, confetti and rioting students—everything you need to party, MCR style .