It's been a swift rise from obscurity to celebrity, for sure -- one that Fall Out Boy comically examines in the video for "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race," the first single from Infinity on High, due out next month. In it, the quartet swims in the excesses of superstardom: fast cars, high-profile production deals, and riotous parties. When bassist Peter Wentz drunkenly falls from a penthouse window, the whole gang relocates to a cemetery, only to continue its debauchery. But just as the axe solo peaks, Wentz leaps from his casket while simultaneously awakening from a dream. It's actually 2003, and the band has overslept -- late for a gig at a bingo hall in Des Moines, Iowa. Then again, that's the real dream isn't it? There's no return to obscurity for Fall Out Boy -- at least for now.