Fall Out Boy announce tour in support of new album ‘M A N I A’
Band shared new song and video ‘Young And Menace’ earlier today
Fall Out Boy have announced North American tour dates in support of their upcoming new album ‘M A N I A’.
The band shared their video for new song ‘Young And Menace’ earlier today and revealed details about their new LP.
Now the band have confirmed that they will tour the US and Canada during October and November. See the dates in full below.
October 20: Cleveland, OH (Quicken Loans Arena)
October 21: St. Louis, MO (Scottrade Center)
October 22: St. Paul, MN (Xcel Energy Center)
October 24: Detroit, MI (Little Caesars Arena)
October 25: Toronto, Ontario (Air Canada Centre)
October 27: Boston, MA (TD Garden)
October 28: Brooklyn, NY (Barclays Center)
October 29: Philadelphia, PA (Wells Fargo Center)
Nov. 2: Fairfax, VA (EagleBank Arena)
Nov. 3: Charlotte, NC (Spectrum Center)
Nov. 4: Atlanta, GA (Philips Arena)
Nov. 5: Tampa, FL (Amalie Arena)
Nov. 7: Houston, TX (Toyota Center)
Nov. 8: Dallas, TX (American Airlines Center)
Nov. 10: Denver, CO (Pepsi Center)
Nov. 12: Seattle, WA (KeyArena)
Nov. 14: Oakland, CO (Oracle Arena)
Nov. 15: San Diego, CA (Viejas Arena)
Nov. 17: Inglewood, CA (The Forum)
Nov. 18: Phoenix, AZ (Talking Stick Resort Arena)
After teasing fans with mysterious trailers, the pop punk veterans return with a surprising twist. Moving away from the punkier, rock n’ roll sound of ‘American Beauty/American Psycho’, ‘Young And Menace’ takes the band down a uprising, industrial EDM and electronic sound.
“There’s a lyric in the song, ‘trying to send the world a message, I was young and a menace,’ that reminded me of growing up in the suburbs of Chicago,” said bassist Pete Wentz. “I didn’t look like anyone there or feel like anyone – I felt like an outsider in my own town. It wasn’t until I discovered punk rock and that community that I realized I did fit in somewhere in this word – with the other people who didn’t fit in.
“It’s hard to rationalize rage – it’s hard to quantify anxiety… this song does neither. It embraces the wave of those emotions.”
Speaking of the video, Wentz added: “The concept is the idea of a movie like Elf, where he realizes maybe he isn’t an elf after all, but ours has less comedic elements and more real world implication. She realizes that maybe she is human after all – but maybe the line between us and monsters is blurrier than we think…”
Fall Out Boy will release their seventh album ‘M A N I A’ on September 15. UK tour dates are expected to be announced shortly.
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