Fall Out Boy to go on ‘indefinite break’

Pete Wentz and co to take a break for now

Fall Out Boy are set to take an “indefinite” break from band duties, their spokesperson has confirmed.

Pete Wenz and the rest of the Chicago four-piece are set to step away their musical commitments within the band and have not set a schedule for any possible return.

“It’s a break with an indefinite date when they’re coming back,” their spokesperson told NME.COM.


The band are set to release a greatest hits compilation album, ‘Believers Never Die’, on November 30.


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