The song's music video features bassist Pete Wentz playing a starring role as we see him being attacked by llamas with a shovel after being tied up in the back of a car. Jaden Smith, who previously starred in Fall Out Boy's promo for "Champion
", is credited as a Llama Wrangling Specialist in the tongue-in-cheek end credits.
The clip is strikingly similar to the visual for Kanye West's song "Flashing Lights
." Wentz told Kerrang
: "It was meant to be a shot-for-shot remake of the Kanye West video Flashing Lights, but with llamas. I went out to the desert with my buddy Dustin and we shot it one night, but the problem was we shot it to the length of Flashing Lights, and The Last of the Real Ones goes on for longer, so we had about a minute to fill! That's why those credits go on forever!"