Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz posts demo from new band Black Cards

Bassist collaborates with former Avril Lavigne guitarist on new material

Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz posts demo from new band Black Cards

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Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz has posted a demo of material from his new band Black Cards.

Wentz uploaded the track to his blog, Petewentz.com, with the message "@blackcards x @evantaubenfeld x halitrax demo - smash". The link was then posted by AP Magazine confirming the song as a Black Cards demo.

The track's collaborator Evan Taubenfeld is a former guitarist for Avril Lavigne, who has since found success as a solo artist, and released his own album 'Welcome To The Blacklist Club' in 2010. Black Cards features singer Bebe Rexha on vocals.

Wentz previously told Spin Magazine that: "We have a whole Black Cards album done, and now we're just writing more songs that might beat out some of the existing songs."



A video of Black Cards' track 'Club Called Heaven' can be viewed below.

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