Drew wrote about basically hanging out with Cassadee Pope all night at the Fall Out Boy show and not realizing it was her (could he be more of a rockstar now?). Anyway, the video of her singing "Sugar We're Going Down" can be found in the replies.
Wondering what time tickets go on sale for Fall Out Boy's comeback tour? We've got you covered. You can find every date in the replies with which date and time they go on sale. You can also find a video of the band performing "My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark" for the first time from their show at Subterranean in Chicago on Monday. And for the hell of it, you can also check out a recently surfaced video of the band playing "Reinventing the Wheel to Run Myself Over" from back in 2003.
Fall Out Boywill releaseSave Rock and Roll on May 7th. You can hear the band's new song "My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)" in the replies, where you can also find dates for their upcoming tour. You can pre-order the album here.
Update: The song is now #1 on iTunes' Alt Charts, #2 overall.
Update #2: Fall Out Boy will be playing Reading and Leeds 2013.
Update #3: Butch Walker produced the entire album and co-wrote the single.
Update #4: If you missed the interview on the radio this morning, you can now hear it here.
A major announcement will be made by Q87.7, a radio station out of Chicago later this morning at 9am EST/8am CST. Would it be wrong to assume it has something to do with Fall Out Boy? Keep posted and we'll let you know as things unfold.
Pete Wentz was interviewed by The Chicago Tribune last night at Angels & Kings' two year anniversary, where he spoke up about the rumors of Fall Out Boy reuniting. Pete stated "I'd say Ö don't hold your breath that it's happening," despite the rumblings over the past two weeks. With that being said, it's worth noting that the whole band has been seen in Chicago.
"People came out of the woodwork for a little bit," Wentz said of the reaction of his friends and family to the reunion rumor. "But I feel like I'm so far removed. I'm no help. People asked 'Is this happening?' 'I'm not the person that can help you out. All I know is it's not.'"
Update: Fall Out Boy's Joe Trohman has tweeted, "The rumors are still untrue, unreal & totally outta this world! *shreds gnar, does surf's up hand signal* Seriously, it's not going down."
PropertyOfZackis reporting that multiple sources have confirmed that Fall Out Boy have returned from hiatus and are preparing to return to the stage in the near future. We've reached out to the band for comment, and so far the word is mum.
The Boston Phoenix has today a list of the best emo songs of all time. The publication lays out 100 tracks, headlined by My Chemical Romance and featuring many other AP.net favorites. Check out the list and weigh in with your thoughts in the replies.
Apparently we're only getting three songs, but I guess something is better than nothing. Head to the replies to watch Fall Out Boy performing three songs from their performance at The Metro from back in 2003.
Chris Gutierrez has uploaded a video of Fall Out Boy performing "Dead on Arrival" and "Reinventing The Wheel to Run Myself Over" from way back in 2002. You can check it out in the replies. Also, if Chris gets 3,000 followers on his Twitter, he'll upload FOB's set from the metro after they released Take This To Your Grave.
Johnny Minardi (Former A&R of Fueled By Ramen) is selling a bunch of rare vinyl from Fall Out Boy, Paramore, Panic! At The Disco and more. He's also donating part of the auction money to Hurricane Sandy relief. Check out what he has to offer and fill in your collection.
The vinyl represses for Fall Out Boy's Take This To Your Grave and Panic! At The Disco's A Fever You Can't Sweat Out can be pre-ordered now at Hot Topic. The site currently has a 25% promotion going, so I would take advantage of that if I were you.
Joe from Fall Out Boytweeted, in response to the rumors yesterday that the band was already working on new songs, that they are "unfounded and untrue." And the world goes back to a Fall Out Boy-less existence.
This has really been the year of cover songs and parodies, what with all the Gotye, fun., and Carly Rae Jepsen videos that have surfaced over the past months. A new parody of Jepsen's "Call My Maybe" comes in tribute to Fall Out Boy and is titled, "Come Off Hiatus, Maybe." Check it out in the replies.