Courtney Love of Hole appears in a new music video from pop-rockers Fall Out Boy
Hole frontwoman Courtney Love is featured in a new music video from pop-rock band Fall Out Boy. Love, who is also the widow of late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, appears in one of a handful of Fall Out Boy’s music videos that make up the band’s new series “Save Rock and Roll: The Youngblood Chronicles.” The footage was recorded as part 9 of 11 of video series and stars Love as a doctor with little bedside manner, rapping and screaming demands over the group’s tune, “Rat a Tat.”
Fall Out Boy frontman Pete Wentz is a mega fan of Love. Speaking with Rolling Stone, Wentz said, “Courtney has still got it. When she walked into the room she commanded it. Turns out the bullhorn [she used in the video] was not necessary.” He added that it’s not a smart idea to mess with Love: “Note to self: stay on Ms. Love’s good side.”
The full “Save Rock and Roll: The Youngblood Chronicles” is currently streaming via Fall Out Boy’s official VEVO channel on YouTube.
In other Love news, last December the singer announced that new music from Hole is on target to arrive sometime this year.
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