The song that we’re always in search of, to me, is ‘Hey Ya.’” That’s the song. It’s like this perfect song because it’s weird and you’ve never heard something like that before, but at the same time it feels like, warm and fuzzy, because it feels like something you have known. That’s what we’re on the search for.
Pete Wentz and Andy Hurley talk with Rock Sound in a new video interview:
The one thing that I would do differently in the future is listen to the kids on that aspect- because they just drive that anyway. ‘Last Of The Real Ones’ is a single- it’s just not a single that’s on the radio. But it’s on the internet like a motherfucker. And so that part- I wouldn’t say that it was unsuccessful- it was just a learning experience for us. But I think it was a successful transition.
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 will be releasing a new vinyl box set on September 28th. The box set will include the albums on 180 gram black, and there will be additional reissues later this year on colored vinyl:
American Beauty/American Psycho (180g black & white swirl), Folie À Deux (180g opaque brown), From Under The Cork Tree (180g red & black split), and Infinity On High (180g clear with red splatter), all on 26 October. Then, on 14 December, Save Rock And Roll (PAX•AM Edition) will become available for the first time ever as a 2LP set on 180g red vinyl with black smoky swirls.