Fall Out Boy are heading to Camden, NJ this Sunday, get your tickets now here!
The boys are back with their 8th studio album and their first with Fueled by Ramen since their debut album: Take This To Your Grave. Staying true to their pop punk roots, Fall Out Boy’s new album, So Much (for) Stardust. gives fans with a musical warm hug with hooks musically and lyrically that connect to the heartstrings. These boys were just kids in 2003 when they began this musical journey, as were we the fans, now all married with families, Fall Out Boy are still making catchy music true to themselves and to their fans, they have effortlessly converged into dad (pop) rock, and I for one, love it. Our writer for the Philly show, Rachel, was lucky enough to go to the Washington D.C. stop of the So Much (for) Stardust tour so here is a SPOLIER FREE preview of the amazing show that took her back to high school
(in the best way possible).
The sun was going down in D.C. as Bring Me the Horizon finished their set. Fully expecting to wait a while until the main event, the crowd sat down to cool off from the summer heat and the sweat that inevitably beaded onto everyone’s skin from dancing to the three opening acts. In no time at all however, Patrick Stump’s voice was roaring through the loudspeakers.
There are a few main points that I’d like to make without giving too much away before their final night of tour show. The first is that even after twenty-two years, Fall Out Boy sounds as good as ever. Not to mention, the boys are aging like fine, fine wine. The second is that their show has several amazing props, flames and surprise covers
of some classic songs. Lastly, the fans are still as friendly and enthusiastic about the music as the first Fall Out Boy concert I ever attended.
Be sure to hop on this Fall Out Boy train if you don’t want to miss an incredible performance.
New music video which is a continuation of “This ain’t a scene it’s an arms race”
And as true diehards know, they’ve always closed every set with “Saturday” and they still are and I love it.
Below are photos our photographer Emily took of Fall Out Boy back in 2013 in Virgina. In 2007, Emily, herself a teenage girl, was at her first Fall Out Boy show and while up against the barricade at the then called Electric Factory in Philadelphia, she saw another teenage girl in the photo pit living her dream. Two months later Emily photographed her first concert, Cobra Starship. 5 years later she got to photograph Fall Out Boy, checking them off her photo bucket list.
Now 10 years, later she gets to put a second check next to that photo bucket list item.
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