Pete finally revealed his big announcement that he was teasing a few days ago. Decaydance Records has been relaunched as DCD2 Records. In addition to relaunching the label, Pete has signed New Politics and LOLO. The label's first release will be LOLO's debut album to be released this fall. For the time being you can check out the video for her new single, "Hit and Run" in the replies.
Wednesday night, at Pete Wentz's book signing, a fan caught up with Pete and asked if they were thinking about doing a Take This to Your Grave 10-year anniversary tour. The submitter says Pete responded with, "that's more of Patrick's call. Though we may not have an official tour for that album, we will be playing alot more of those songs on this upcoming tour."
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 … 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.'"