Have you ever heard of Himalayan in Niles? I haven't, but the Indian and Nepali spot could be Patrick Stump's favorite restaurant, accoring to the Fall Out Boy singer-turned-solo artist's new video for VEVO.
In the nearly six and a half minute video, Stump and his Flock of Seagulls haircut take viewers on a tour of his favorite places in the Chicago area. The Glenview native and Glenbrook South High School alum visits Himalayan, the Museum of Science and Industry, the Neo-Futurists' theater in Andersonville and Reckless Records in what appears to be Boystown.
"I always wanted to work at Reckless Records," said Stump, who worked at Records Surplus in Des Plaines.
And like most celebs do during these sort of interviews, Stump plugged a spot his good friend owns: I.V. Lab Studios. Stump recorded half of his new album -- "Soul Punk," which hit stores this week -- at the Lakeview studio.
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