Entries in Fall Out Boy (14)


[Watch] Fall Out Boy - "Young Volcanoes" (NSFW Video)

Following on from where their video for "The Phoenix" left off, Fall Out Boy's track "Young Volcanoes" sees the blindfolded band members reunited after their kidnapping in the previous clip. I honestly don't fully understand the plot of the two videos but I've got to admit after giving the album a few listens, Patrick and co still know how to make a damn catchy hook. The video sees the band smoking and snorting brightly coloured 'drugs' along with flashes of boobs towards the end. You could say it's not safe for work. I say, stick it to your boss and watch it in full screen.

Save Rock & Roll is out now.


[Watch] Fall Out Boy - "The Phoenix" (Official Video)

At the start of February Fall Out Boy returned from the depths of a hiatus out of nowhere with a new track titled, "My Soungs Know What You Did In The Dark". They've now unveiled another video along with a new track called "The Phoenix". It's fair to say their sound has changed dramatically over the years and the modern music tastes of the masses are trying to be pleased with the new record, Save Rock & Roll. Calling an album that straight away makes me kind of not want to listen to it. Yet the 15 year old pop-punk loving kid in me still trying to break free and I'll no doubt give it a try. How do you feel about their comeback and new songs? Catchy as hell, I'll give 'em that.

Save Rock & Roll is due out April 16th.


[Watch] Fall Out Boy - "My Songs Know What You Did In the Dark" Live on Kimmel

After returning to the world last week (almost) completely out of the blue, Fall Out Boy last night returned to the late night TV circuit with a performance of their new track "My Songs Know What You Did In the Dark". Donned head to tow in UV skeleton outfits, complete with Patrick's trademark hat, the band performed the track with the energy they used to be renowned for. I wasn't completely sold on this track when I first heard it, me and Mark have talked about it a fair bit this past week and it's definitely a grower. It seems that the band is as tight as ever in a live situation but see if you agree up at the top. 

The band is also set to return with an album titled Save Rock And Roll is now coming out on April 15th rather than the previously announced May 6th.


[News] Biffy Clyro, System of a Down, Foals and Fall Out Boy Announced for Reading and Leeds Festival

Well isn't this a turn up for the books. Following them scoring their first ever number one album this past weekend with, Opposites, Biffy Clyro have just been announced as the second headliner this year at Reading and Leeds festival set to take part over the bank holiday weekend in August. Eminem has previously been announced to be headlining with Deftones, Boy Better Know, Alt-J and Subfocus also already being announced.

Along with the headliner slot beign announced, System of a Down, Foals, Bring Me The Horizon have been added to the slot. Last time SOAD played Leeds festival, the crowd went so nuts the barrier at the front collapsed. The bar is set pretty high, and I'll expect it to be just as crazy in the pits this time around some 8 years after their last set at the festival. Following the news of Fall Out Boy's return yesterday they too have been added to the weekend. Hundreds of more bands are yet to be added to the weekend including one more headliner of the main stage. We'll update you once they're announced.

For more info and to purchase tickets head over to the Reading/Leeds official site.


[Watch] Fall Out Boy - "My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)"

So, yeah, Fall Out Boy are back. After a lot of hype these past few weeks regarding what the hell was happening with them it's official. Their three year haitus is over. Back when I was a bit younger, with the old long fringe and tight tees I used to love these guys. I'm not sure where I stand with my feelings and them as a band now, but I know that if I have enough beers in me I'm gonna sing my guts out to some Take This To Your Grave tracks in the club.

The new song is titled "My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)" and it's a little different from what you might of expected. More info about the bands return can be found on their website here. Regarding the 'reunion' they say:

when we were kids the only thing that got us through most days was music. its why we started fall out boy in the first place. this isn't a reunion because we never broke up. we needed to plug back in and make some music that matters to us.

the future of fall out boy starts now.

A new album is coming too. Titled Save Rock And Roll. Read into that what you will. Mark your calendars kids, FOB are back and new music arrives May 6th & 7th worldwide. Super eager? Pre-order it here. How do you feel about this? Let us know below.


[Listen] Patrick Stump - "This City" Feat. Lupe Fiasco

We gotta another Rock (or in this case former Rock gone Pop) x Hip Hop crossover. Peep the Chicago homaging tune from the former Fall Out Boy frontman, Patrick Stump's long awaited solo album Soul Punk titled "This City" featuring fellow Chicago musician, rapper Lupe Fiasco. FOB fans may be a tad disappointed as Stump has strayed far away from his emo rock band roots into a pop singer/songwriter. Take a listen to the new tune below and also catch Stump's previous track "Explode" here.


[Listen] Patrick Stump - "Explode"

Former Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump has delivered yet another dance worthy poptastic track. This new one, "Explode" details his sentiments on his upcoming solo album, Soul Punk. "If this is it, I wanna go out with a bang," he belts with conviction. Apparently this is an all or nothing kinda situation for Stump, so best of luck to him.

I gotta admit, with every track that drops I find this new solo approach growing on me. It's taken awhile, but I think he may have something there as long as he eases off the production a little bit. Then again, we ARE talking about the dude who fronted a band notorious for their pro-tools heavy punk-esque pop.

No word yet on when Soul Punk is due to drop, but you can bet we'll have the scoop once we have the details.


[Listen] Patrick Stump - "Cute Girls" (Prod By Om'Mas Keith)

Patrick Stump, you're making my insides feel funny. Wow. Never did I think he'd be the Fall Out Boy who would come out on top of the breakup. 

"Cute Girls" sound ridiculously Michael Jackson/Robin Thicke/Prince/Pharell-ish. I just hope ol' Patty has been working on his live performance. If he can pull this off live... dang. 

Om'Mas Keith, if I had a hat it would be off to you for this track. 

Patrick Stump - "Cute Girls" (Prod By Om'Mas Keith) by Some Kind of Awesome