The hiatus is over. Pete Wentz, Patrick Stump, Andy Hurley and Joe Trohman are making noise together once more with a new single, a release date for their first LP in more than four years, and their first tour since 2009.
Fall Out Boy announced its return with the following message:
“When we were kids the only thing that got us through most days was music. It’s 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.
“Save Rock And Roll...”
Save Rock And Roll is the title of the band’s new album, due out May 6 (May 7 in the U.S.). The date is a significant one for the band. May 6 is the same day Fall Out Boy put out its first full-length release back in 2003 – Take This To Your Grave. Save Rock And Roll is Fall Out Boy’s first LP since 2008’s Folie à Deux. You can pre-order Save Rock And Roll now through the band’s website.
The first single from the new album – “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Out)” – can be purchased through iTunes starting today. Check out the video for the tune at the end of this post.
Before the “Save Rock And Roll Tour” begins in May, the band has booked three intimate club dates this week. These special shows are scheduled tonight (Feb. 4) in the band’s hometown of Chicago at Subterranean, Tuesday (Feb. 5) at New York City’s Webster Hall Studio and Thursday (Feb. 7) in West Hollywood, Calif., at The Roxy Theatre. Tickets are on sale now.
Fall Out Boy officially launches its spring tour May 14. Here’s the routing:
May 14 – Milwaukee, Wis., The Rave
May 16 – Chicago, Ill., Riviera Theatre
May 17 – Columbus, Ohio, Lifestyle Communities Pavilion
May 21 – Pittsburgh, Pa., Stage AE
May 22 – Detroit, Mich., The Fillmore Detroit
May 24 – Toronto, Ontario, Sound Academy
May 25 – Montreal, Quebec, Metropolis
May 26 – Boston, Mass., House Of Blues Boston
May 28 – Niagara Falls, N.Y., Rapids Theatre
May 29 – New York, N.Y., Terminal 5
May 30 – Philadelphia, Pa., Electric Factory
May 31 – Washington, D.C., 9:30 Club
June 1 – Charlotte, N.C., Fillmore Charlotte
June 2 – Atlanta, Ga., The Tabernacle
June 4 – Orlando, Fla., House Of Hope
June 5 – Miami Beach, Fla., Fillmore Miami Beach At Jackie Gleason Theater
June 7 – Houston, Texas, Bayou Music Center
June 8 – Dallas, Texas, Palladium Ballroom
June 9 – Austin, Texas, Stubb’s Bar-B-Q / Waller Creek Amph.
June 11 – Tempe, Ariz., The Marquee
June 13 – Los Angeles, Calif., The Wiltern
June 15 – Las Vegas, Nev., House Of Blues
June 16 – Oakland, Calif., Fox Theater
June 18 – Portland, Ore., Roseland Theater
June 19 – Seattle, Wash., Showbox SoDo
June 20 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Commodore Ballroom
June 22 – Salt Lake City, Utah, In The Venue
June 23 – Denver, Colo., Ogden Theatre
June 25 – Kansas City, Mo., Uptown Theater
June 26 – Saint Paul, Minn., Myth
June 28 – St. Louis, Mo., The Pageant
June 29 – Indianapolis, Ind., Egyptian Room
June 30 – Nashville, Tenn., Ryman Auditorium
Tickets go on sale beginning Feb. 8.