Fall Out Boy say they are immensely proud of their new album and hope it will still be listened to in a hundred years time.
The band release “Infinity On High” through Universal on February 5 and
in an interview with Gigwise, frontman Patrick Stump says it was an
enjoyable experience to make.
He said: “This was the most fun record to make. I just can’t wait to have it in my hands.
“We’d written and done a lot of the work before we even hit the studio,
so when we got into the studio we could just play with stuff and scrap
it or whatever.”
Stump continued: “We just wanted to make an album that we were proud of
and that we liked and would still like in 10 years, 100 years time. And
I feel we’ve done that.”
Speaking about the high profile collaborators on the album, he
continued: “Working with Jay-Z was amazing. It was so funny cos he was
all over the place. We’d discuss the track with him via video
conference and he’d be in Monaco and a few days later he’d send us the
MP3 file from Australia. Babyface was awesome too.
“Just working with him made the album better, made us better, cos we were like ‘Wow you’re Babyface.’”