RELEASE RADAR | Fall Out Boy releases new album and more
Plus -- Fly By Midnight, Anton x Folly Rae, Cub Sport, Dirty Heads, Oh Geronimo, S. Carey, and Keke Palmer
Am I more than you bargained for yet?
Is the question Fall Out Boy might be asking us, but honestly? We can't get enough. I have fond memories of jamming to Fall Out Boy in middle school and high school at the height of emo music's popularity, "Sugar We're Going Down," of course being one of my favorite tunes. It seems to be that like other popular bands of the time it's been a battle for FOB to stay relevant, but my honest opinion: they've passed with flying colors.
I feel like there was a weird expectation for that genre of music to fade away and the great bands of the time to do the same, but Fall Out Boy has done just the opposite. Their new album is 100% still their sound, but meets modern pop halfway. You'll definitely be dancing around in your room to this one just like you did to their OG songs. Along with Fall Out Boy, Fly By Midnight, Anton x Folly Rae, Cub Sport, Dirty Heads, Oh Geronimo, S. Carey, and Keke Palmer has released new music this week.
Fall Out Boy | "Wilson (Expensive Mistakes)"
The leading single from the album is "Wilson (Expensive Mistakes). This song title alone makes giggle alone. I can already relate to "expensive mistakes." Not that Fall Out Boy never created visceral music, but this song is visceral in a different way. It has a definite heart beat and it'll leave you bopping to it.
Best for: Hanging out with the gang.
Perfect if you like: FOB duh
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