Fall Out Boy's "Immortals" can now be streamed in the replies. Pete Wentz posted up a little write-up about the song on his blog.
so we returned and saw some storyboards and some early animations… we then went and wrote a song to a specific scene but tried to capture the spirit of the film. this is something we have been working on very hard and close with the filmmakers- i cant wait for you to see the movie and how “immortals” fits into it…
really excited to announce that we recorded a new song for Disney’s upcoming film Big Hero 6 (inspired by the Marvel comic). it’s called “Immortals” and it’ll be out digitally next tuesday in the US/CA and the following week the rest of the world. you can hear a snippet of it halfway through this video from New York Comic Con. the song will also be released on limited edition vinyl soon.
That new Fall Out Boy song we speculated may be in the trailer for Big Hero 6? It looks like it's getting a special 7" pressing via Disney on December 9th -- at least if the listing at Bull Moose is to be believed.
Maybe some of you forgot thatSteve Aoki was in the studio with Patrick Stump and Pete Wentz at the beginning of this year. Well, Steve's new album has finally been released and the song has seen the light of day. Head to the replies to stream "Back To Earth."
The production traveled to universities across the world, including Carnegie Melon, MIT and Tokyo, to research robotic advancements - including soft robotics - in order to accurately portray Baymax while the film’s score includes original music from Fall Out Boy.
Fall Out Boy's "Centuries" is officially the song of ESPN's college football playoff coverage. Now, the ESPN page lists this song as the "title track" from the band's upcoming album -- which would mean the new album would be titled Centuries, right? I haven't heard anything about this nugget of information besides this post on ESPN.
ESPN's coverage of the inaugural four-team playoff will showcase the upcoming single "Centuries" from the critically acclaimed, multiplatinum-selling band, the network announced today. The song, which is the title track from the band's forthcoming album, will be featured during playoff game and studio telecasts, and in on-air promotions throughout the season.
Update: From the interview with Pete it looks like 4 songs have been recorded, 8 have been written, and we'll be getting a new Fall Out Boy album in early 2015. The song can be streamed in the replies.
Zane Lowe has confirmed that Fall Out Boy will release their new single presumably titled "Centuries" next Monday on his BBC Radio 1 Show.
DJ Zane Lowe confirmed the news on his late night slot yesterday (3 September), telling listeners that the new track will be his 'Hottest Record' on Monday, and will air alongside an interview with the band's bassist, Pete Wentz.
Fall Out Boy have announced they would like to come to Garden Spot High School and perform a song with the marching band. This is the marching band who were recently told they couldn't perform "Thnks Fr Th Mmrs" by the school board. The video of Pete Wentz talking about this can be found in the replies.
The Garden Spot High School marching band has been told by the school board that they're no longer allowed to play Fall Out Boy's "Thnks Fr Th Mmrs" due to the lyrical content.
The Garden Spot High School marching band will need to come up with two new songs this season after the Elanco school board voted Monday to reinforce an administrative decision to remove a pair of songs because of their lyrics. The 6-3 decision was made despite the fact the songs are performed as instrumentals.
VH1's new show, SoundClash, premieres next Wednesday. The first episode features Fall Out Boy and a preview of their performance playing "Live Your Life" with T.I. and London Grammar can be found here.
Pete Wentz tells Canoe.ca that while Fall Out Boy hasn't recorded any new music yet, we should expect probably something different when they do.
If anything I think that we’re far more open now to doing something that’s like probably outside of what people would consider our genre or who we are. So the music that we’ve written so far, to me it’s sounds different than any of the other stuff we’ve ever worked on.
During Fall Out Boy's set, Wentz commented about how cool it is to have two rock bands with guitars that are played on the radio on tour together. Indeed, the Monumentour pairs two of our scene's biggest acts into one package. With dynamic, 75-minute sets from each band, fans of both are guaranteed to leave pleased. Maybe Save Rock and Roll was not, as naysayers purported, such a pretentious title after all.
Although the tour doesn't wrap up until late August, Wentz revealed that the fellas are already looking forward to gigs in South Africa, their final set of shows for this album. And as for upcoming projects that fans can look forward to, don't completely write off a Fall Out Boy musical!
Fall Out Boy's Andy Hurley is now a part of the Toe Tag Riot comic series currently raising money on Kickstarter. The series is pitched as zombie punks vs. bigots, racists, and misogynists and there's a new Hurley level pledge that gets you the ultra-limited zombie Andrew Hurley variant issue of TTR #1 signed by Andy himself.
We’re writing. I was just listening to something Patrick had written in the trailer. So we’re writing, finishing out the album cycle in South Africa in September and then I feel like the great thing about what internet culture has morphed into, we were goofing around with this weird French producer the other day just for the heck of it. And I feel like you can just put out whatever and as long as it’s authentic to who you are. It can be singles or an EP, it’s just whatever you want.
Fall Out Boy's "Save Rock and Roll: The Young Blood Chronicles" is premiering in full tonight on Palladia. If you don't get the channel, hit the replies for some more information on where you can watch the video series.
Fall Out Boy will be playing 22nd edition of the international World Music Awards. The show will air on Wednesday, May 28th from 8-10 pm ET on NBC, as well as 180 other networks around the world. Check the full press release in the replies.
The battle-of-the-bands concept gets a new twist with SoundClash, the new VH1 series being executive-produced by The Roots drummer Questlove. The show, which premieres July 23, features three bands onstage together, performing each others' songs, as well as covers and other collaborations.