Fall Out Boy
From the looks of Fall Out Boy’s new video for “Rat a Tat” off their 2013 album, Save Rock and Roll, you should be afraid, very afraid of Courtney Love.
Pop-rock stalwarts Fall Out Boy have created their own version of Flappy Bird. It’s called Fall Out Bird. This is a real thing.
“It’s great to get the chance to share the stage with a band we have never toured with that has their own unique legacy. So glad that our buddies in New Politics will be there too. This summer is gonna be an unforgettable one for sure,” Fall Out Boy wrote
Welcome to Radio Feedback, Radio.com’s weekly feature where we ask artists to wax nostalgic on the first time they heard themselves on the radio.
With the Super Bowl set for New Jersey’s MetLife stadium on February 2, the nearby New York metropolitan area is quickly turning into party central over the days leading up to the main sporting event.
The sixth of a series of eleven videos begins with Patrick Stump waking up in a forest, with a hook for arm after band members were kidnapped, tortured and dismembered over the last five episodes.
The eight-song, ’80s/’90s-influenced EP comes out October 15 on Island Records, along with a double disc reissue of Save Rock and Roll, but it’s streaming right now until its release.