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Fall Out Boy stream new album track by track


After releasing a string of new tracks from Fall Out Boy’s upcoming album American Beauty/American Psycho, the band opened the flood gates today and will be posting every song on the full-length throughout the day. The playlist embedded below will update with songs as they are posted on the band’s channel.

The band began by posting new track, “Jet Pack Blues”, along with a message from bassist Pete Wentz, via the band’s Facebook page.

there is a certain coldness to the future when i think about it from the wrong angle. it is when we leave town for weeks on end. when i try to put myself together on long bus rides lying in my bunk- when you get so lonely it feels like white hot rage.
i always thought of this scene from the film pacific rim, just when it feels like the world is about to fall apart the person is waiting in the rain to hold it all together for you…

The next track to be released will be “Novocaine”, and according to the band, “you’ll just have to stick around and see when it hits.”

“Novocaine” has been added to the above YouTube playlist, and the band posted the following regarding the track to their Facebook page.

“you can kill a revolutionary but you can never kill the revolution” fred hampton
we make noise because thats the tool we have at our disposal. we snarl so the hand that feeds us is well aware. we dont dream of this world- we craft this world to be our dreams. no one can determine your level of rage. let no one tell you that you care too much. let no one tell you that your voice doesnt matter. wake up. this is our culture.


“Fourth of July” is the next song released today, paired with this message from Wentz.

T’es la plus belle saison de ma vie.


“Favorite Record” has been added to the playlist.

dang i wish we put a “u” in the title one for my british friends. was thinking of the secret order kids, the fobrock messageboard kids, lj kids, the ones from the very beginning on this one… my favorites always feel a bit off and out of place- maybe thats why i love you so.

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