For those not in the know, a Yorkshire Burritos is a full roast dinner in a giant Yorkshire pudding, rolled up burrito-style – an absolute essential diet staple and Sunday morning hangover cure for any hardened Leeds Festival-goer.
While the band struggle to even pronounce the name ‘Yorkshire’, they prove that they’d make pretty good food vendors if they have time to kill around their headline slot.
Fall Out Boy headline Reading & Leeds 2018 alongside Kendrick Lamar, Kings Of Leon, Panic! At The Disco and many more across August Bank Holiday Weekend. For tickets and more information, visit here.
Speaking to Rock Sound, friend and labelmate Wentz described ‘Pray For The Wicked’ as “like ‘Death Of A Bachelor’ on steroids”.
Wentz pointed to Panic! frontman Brendon Urie’s recent role in Broadway play Kinky Boots as having an impact on the album.
“From doing Broadway and stuff he’s figured out who he was and amplified it,” Wentz said. “The songs are, like, bonkers. And I think he did some stuff with [American DJ] Dillon Francis and it’s like… bonkers.”