Pete Wentz and Patrick Stump set their sights on radio interviews
Fall Out Boy have announced that they will attempt to break a world-record on Halloween (October 31).
Singer Patrick Stump and bassist Pete Wentz are scheduled to participate in the greatest number of radio interviews done by a pair of two in the span of 24 hours.
They’ll begin by being interviewed at Premiere Studios in Los Angeles at 3:00pm PST and will attempt to do at least 57 more interviews to break the record of interviews at 57 radio stations in a 24-hour period currently on the books as the Guinness World Record.
The band attempted to break another world record by playing a show at a scientific colony in Antarctica earlier this year, but their efforts were thwarted by bad weather.
Meanwhile, Fall Out Boy are set to release their new album ‘Folie A Deux’ on December 16 in the US.
–By our Los Angeles staff.
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