Fall Out Boy
Radio Feedback: Fall Out Boy On The First Time They Heard ‘My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark’ On The Airwaves
Hearing the band’s new music on the radio is a very different experience than it was when the band first started for frontman Patrick Stump.
Tune in to the encore presentation of Fall Out Boy’s rockin’ performance today (June 13) at 12:00 p.m. PT / 3:00 p.m. ET.
Every Tuesday, Dan Weiss runs down the week’s new full-length music releases, from charting hits to more obscure depths, the underrated and the overrated, from a critical pop fan’s perspective.
Fall Out Boy took to their website last night (April 15) to announce that they would be donating the proceeds from their Boston area show this fall to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.
As it’s become almost expected in the increasingly digital-driven music industry, Fall Out Boy has posted an online stream of each of its highly-anticipated fifth album, Save Rock and Roll, one week ahead of the album’s official release date of April 16. Click here to listen.
Some bands announce a new tour with a basic, to-the-point press release that lays out the dates to be played and nothing more. Fall Out Boy does things a little differently.
Fall Out Boy’s upcoming album is titled Save Rock and Roll, but if the music videos for the album’s first two singles are any indication, it might be Fall Out Boy itself that needs saving.
In advance of the forthcoming comeback album from Fall Out Boy, bassist Pete Wentz has taken to the band’s website to promise a “diverse” cast of guest appearances on Save Rock and Roll (out April 16).
Patrick Stump, Fall Out Boy frontman and at times a pop culture pariah himself, wants you to knock it off with the Nickelback jokes.
Recently reunited, Fall Out Boy is ready to visit TV’s most famous ZIP code.