Patrick Stump's music video for the Lupe Fiasco-assisted track 'This City' will be arriving on September 20, and the singer is previewing the clip with a 15-second teaser of footage.

The mini-clip shows the Fall Out Boy frontman singing the tune in the middle of a room, with brightly-lit walls and special effects, like clouds of smoke and bursts of flames, around him. He's wearing a long gray suit jacket with a black shirt, white tie and tight black jeans.

In other shots, Stump's silhouette is shown in bright colors against a blurry image of street lights. The video also includes black-and-white close-ups of Stump's smiling face as well as some potentially recognizable fire escapes and buildings, presumably from the city of Chicago, the place which inspired the song.

It's not clear from the teaser if Fiasco will appear in the video. Stump told PopCrush his that collaboration with Fiasco was "cosmic," because his label suggested the rapper for the song without knowing that Stump had already had considered submitting the song to him.

Stump will play 'This City' and many more songs from his solo debut, 'Soul Punk,' on his upcoming fall tour with Panic! at the Disco.

Watch Patrick Stump's 'This City' Teaser