Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy has a guest spot on the new Grandpa Metal song “New Music Sucks.”
Patrick Stump has shared “Deep Blue Love” from the upcoming soundtrack to Spell.
“Brendan gave me a real chance as a composer,” says Stump of working with director Brendan Walter on the soundtrack to “Spell.” “I was allowed to explore elements of my writing that I could never have without the narrative of the film. This score was fantastic to work on because I got to play with the film’s theme of emotional ambiguity: How much of this is actually happening? How much of this is in Benny’s Head? Is he working towards achieving a goal or is he being consumed by some kind of ominous horror? Asking and in some cases answering those questions with music was a real thrill.”
Fall Out Boy will release a new greatest hits album, Believers Never Die – Volume Two, on November 15th. Today they’ve debuted the new song “Dear Future Self (Hands Up)” and pre-orders are now up.
Nothing, Nowhere have shared their remix of Fall Out Boy’s “Church.”
Martin Garrix has teamed up with Macklemore and Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy for the new song “Summer Days.”
The new track from Lil Peep & ILoveMakonnen featuring Fall Out Boy, “I’ve Been Waiting,” has been released.
ILoveMakonnen talked about how the song came together over at AltPress:
“We were talking about all of the artists that influenced us and who would be our dream artists to work with,” ILoveMakonnen explains. “He mentioned Fall Out Boy, and after Lil Peep passed, Pete Wentz reached out to me and sent his condolences.”
Post Malone has released the new song “Wow.” It contains a Fall Out Boy mention.
Fall Out Boy have released their new Lake Effect EP on Spotify and Apple Music. The EP consists of three songs and a video has been created for “City in a Garden.” The title track was produced by Sean O’Keefe (the producer of Take This To Your Grave), his Instagram post details the recording process.
Fall Out Boy’s “The Last of the Real Ones” was remixed by MadeinTYO and Bülow.
Johan Olsson has reimagined Fall Out Boy’s “Sugar, We’re Going Down” as an ’80’s ballad.
Fall Out Boy performed “Wilson (Expensive Mistakes)” on James Corden last night.
Fall Out Boy hid exclusive t-shirts and USB thumb drives in London over the weekend. The USB drive contained a previously unreleased demo of “Young and Menace” which has been uploaded online.
Fall Out Boy have sent out three demos to fans who had called the phone number from their “Wilson (Expensive Mistakes)” music video. The demos can be streamed below as “Unauthorised duplication is highly encouraged.”
Fall Out Boy have released a cover of Whitney Houston’s “‘I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)” and a new rendition of “Hold Me Tight or Don’t” as part of Spotify’s Singles series.
RM of BTS has remixed Fall Out Boy’s “Champion.” You can hear it on Spotify or Apple Music.
Sparrow Sleeps have released Take This To Your Crib, a lullaby take on Fall Out Boy’s “Take This To Your Grave.” You can now stream “Saturday” and pick up the album on their website.
Fall Out Boy’s new song, “The Last of the Real Ones,” is up on Apple Music and YouTube. It should hit other digital services soon.
Fall Out Boy’s new single “Champion” is up on Apple Music and Spotify.
Cameron Hurley (who did The 1975 as Blink-182 cover) is back with a rendition of Fall Out Boy’s “Centuries” as though recorded during the Take This To Your Grave era. You can stream that below.
It’s pretty good, but I think the band would have played it just a tad faster.
Patrick Stump has remixed Mstrkrft’s “Runaway.” It’s streaming below.