Speculation has been mounting about what Fall Out Boy’s new record would sound after the band had to reschedule their release date for their upcoming record, MANIA was pushed back to 19th January 2018.
The other week, Pete Wentz stated that the band had finished recording and it seems that the title of this new track could well sum up their frustrations of scrapping some of their new album.
Expensive Mistakes was recorded live at their St. Louis show in the is fan recorded footage. Check it out below.
Fall Out Boy are a generous band when it comes to their fans. They’ve just launched a new competition where you can win flights to their Los Angeles show. It’s taking place on 17th November at the LA Forum. Here are the prizes:
One lucky winner will receive flights for two to LA, a pair of tickets with VIP access to the show, two nights in a hotel, one six month subscription to Spotify, $100 credit to store.falloutboy.com and a signed copy of MANIA once it’s out.
Tenn runners-up will win a six month Spotify subscriptions, $50 credit at the FOB store and signed MANIA album. To enter, follow this link, connect to Spotify and rub their crystal ball to discover your future.
For a reminder of MANIA, here’s a taste of what’s to come.
Ohhhh no, Fall Out Boy have pushed back the release date of their upcoming studio album, Mania.
The album, which was originally set for a 15th September release date, has now been pushed to January 19th 2018.
Is this a bad thing though? Could it mean that we’re getting revamped tracks and an even better record because of this?
It also means they can take their time with the release and really nail this next Fall Out Boy record and show what makes them a unique band in the world of music.
Patrick Stump has since responded to the delay via Twitter.
In the meantime, here’s Champion from the record.
After a lot of teasing, Fall Out Boy have just dropped a new track called ‘Young And Menace’.
Adding to this, the band have just announced their seventh album. This is the follow-up to ‘American Beauty/American Psycho which is titled MANIA and is set to be released September 15th Via Virgin EMI UK/ DCD2 Records.
After the track has been nearly out for a day, I’ve seen a lot of mixed reviews, some comparisons that a lot of classic pop punk bands through this experimentation with a pop are trying to replicate Twenty OnePilots commercial success with their new music? Well, we have to listen to a few more songs to make our decisions here but my advice? Don’t just base your final opinion just on one track.