You can watch Fall Out Boy's performance of "My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)" from last night's episode of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, here. Fast forward to the last divide on the player to skip straight to the performance.
Patrick Stump wrote a blog reflecting on the 10th anniversary of Fall Out Boy's Take This to Your Grave.
Ten years ago today, my band released our debut album Take This To Your Grave. We were just four unsuspecting Midwestern nerds named after a moderately obscure Simpsons character, living life like the background characters in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. We were totally unprepared for everything that followed.
Up to that point in the band’s history, we were merely something to do before we were forced to give in to the pressures of real life. We saw ourselves as a pretty cool excuse for a semester off of college. My accountant mother was also the ex-wife of a musician (my dad in point...
Fall Out Boy's Save Rock and Roll debuted at #2 in the UK this week. This is the band’s best U.K. album showing to date, ahead of the #3 peak of 2007’s Infinity High. Their 2008 album, Folie a Deux, peaked at #39.
Folie à Deux was intended to be a commentary about the narcissism of American culture, but frontman Patrick Stump feels it didn't quite work. "I think a lot of that last record cycle was my fault," he says. "I had an actual dream about what the record should sound like. I tried to make that happen, but nobody was with me. I was trying to push my agenda, and that was a weird thing to do."
Fall Out Boy's music video for "Young Volcanoes" is in the replies. There's some mildly NSFW content at the end. Save Rock and Roll is expected to debut in the No. 1 or No. 2 spots on the charts this week with around 140-155K units moved.
What Fall Out Boy's performance of "My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)" featuring Harry Shearer (aka Derek Smalls of Spinal Tap) on bass from tonight's episode of Conanhere. Yes, there's Stonehenge.
Fall Out Boy returns to their home away from home to dig into each song on their new album Save Rock and Roll exclusively for you on SiriusXM Hits 1. They’ll share the inspirations for their return as a band, why making this new album is so important to them and to the return of rock music.
Fall Out Boy's Save Rock and Roll is now on iTunes and available in stores today. Our review can be found here, and reports are coming in that the vinyl pre-order from the band has been arriving as a 2x10" on transparent red. The band will be donating proceeds from their Boston area show later this year to the victims of to today's tragedy.
as you guys all know we’ve been beyond excited for today to come and normally this would be a day of celebration with the release of our new album. in light of the events in Boston yesterday we’d like to send our thoughts and prayers to the victims and everyone affected. we’ll be donating the proceeds from our upcoming boston show from the fall tour...
You can now stream Fall Out Boy's Save Rock and Roll in the replies. Also, we don't usually do separate news posts for album reviews -- but then I realized I hadn't written an official review in years, and it's my website so I can make up rules as we go along. So, with that, here's my review for the album. Hope you enjoy both!