Fall Out Boy announce US club shows

They'll play intimate venues kicking off this week

Fall Out Boy announce US club shows
Fall Out Boy have announced they'll play four intimate shows in the US to preview their new album.

After setting a world record for the 'Most Interviews On Radio In a 24-Hour Period By A Pair of Two' last week, the band revealed details of the jaunt, which kicks off this Thursday (November 6) in Allston, MA.

As previously reported, the band moved the release date of their album 'Folie A Deux' from tomorrow (November 4) to November 16 after they decided releasing it on the day of the US election was too gimmicky.

'Folie A Deux' is the follow-up to last year's 'Infinity On High', which reached Number One on the Billboard chart.

The dates planned so far are:

Allston, MA Harpers Ferry (November 6)
Philadelphia, PA Northstar (7)
Seattle, WA Paramount Theater (December 4)
Denver, CO Ogden Theatre (6)

--By our New York staff.
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