Band's sixth album is due for release January 20
Fall Out Boy are streaming their new album ‘American Beauty/American Psycho’ online in full, a week before its official release date.
‘American Beauty/American Psycho’ is Fall Out Boy’s follow up to 2013’s comeback album ‘Save Rock and Roll’, their first LP in five years, and is due for release on January 20.
The band uploaded each track onto their website and YouTube one by one, with an accompanying description of the meaning or story behind the song. Bassist Pete Wentz said of track ‘Favorite Record’: “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.”
Previously, Fall Out Boy released a string of singles from the album, including ‘Centuries’, ‘The Kids Aren’t Alright’, ‘Irresistible’ and ‘Uma Thurman’. The band appeared on Fearne Cotton’s show on Radio 1 earlier this week, during which they performed a cover of Mark Ronson’s Number One single ‘Uptown Funk’.
The ‘American Beauty/American Psycho’ tracklisting is as follows:
‘American Beauty/American Psycho’
‘The Kids Aren’t Alright’
‘Jet Pack Blues’
‘Fourth of July’
‘Twin Skeletons (Hotel In NYC)’