Happy days are here again Fall Out Boy fanatics. The boys release their brand new album American Beauty / American Psycho today, chock full of anthemic melodies, infectious hooks and the band’s usual mix of poignant lyrics without the pretentsion. There’s a song on the new album called “Favorite Record” and to mark today’s release we handed bassist Pete Wentz a bag full of some of his favorite records (hopefully) and others that relate to his past and asked him to talk about what they meant to him. Read more…
Fall Out Boy took a cue from lead singer Patrick Stump and his 2011 solo album Soul Punk by taking on Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars‘ monster hit “Uptown Funk.” The boys ditched their punk rock sound to funk things up at the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge recently, and from the electrifying feel of this cover, there’s no doubt– these boys got soul.
Fall Out Boy hasn’t released a new album in nearly two years, but now the wait is finally over for their loyal legions of Overcast Kids. American Beauty/American Psycho, the band’s sixth disc, is set to drop next Tuesday, and VH1 got an advance listen while rubbing shoulders with the band in NYC! The guys have had a busy year, most recently driving through Florida playing radio station festivals. But now they’re taking a night to reflect on their work— and celebrate!
Fall Out Boy lit the People’s Choice Awards stage on fire last night with crazy pyrotechnics and insane vocals from Patrick Stump. After ending an incredible year, the boys put on a fiery performance of “Centuries” that brought the audience to their feet.
In anticipation of Fall Out Boy‘s sixth studio album American Beauty/American Psycho, we’ve complied a list of every big moment the band had this year. The list is long so check back on the moments you forgot about and the moments you still haven’t gotten over. American Beauty/American Psycho comes out January 20th but pre-order it iTunes today!
Fall Out Boy released the latest single off of their upcoming album American Beauty/American Psycho called “The Kids Aren’t Alright.” The song serves as the first taste of the album, which is slated for a January 20th release.