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Back then, after a four-year breakup, they returned to score huge pop-radio hits like “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark” and “Centuries.” But the group’s Mania singles from earlier this year, the EDM-flavored “Young and Menace” and “Champion,” which had an old-school FOB vibe, failed to even crack the Hot 100. ” In August, the band returned to the studio with producer Illangelo – best known for his work with Lady Gaga, Drake and the Weeknd – and decided to start largely from scratch.
“The songs were trying to serve everybody, but they weren’t going to be compelling to anybody,” Wentz says of the scrapped album’s tunes. There was no spicy mustard or anything.” If the pressure of redoing much of the album while preparing for an arena tour has caused the band any stress or turmoil, it certainly isn’t apparent backstage at Eagle Bank Arena in Fairfax, Virginia. An intensive songwriting boot camp at Stump’s Burbank, California, studio worked, yielding songs like the trap-infused “Hold Me Tight or Don’t” and the synth-y “Expensive Mistakes.” It helped that the deadline to deliver the album had been extended.
His philanthropic activities include collaborations with Invisible Children, Inc.
and UNICEF's Tap Project, a fundraising project that helps bring clean drinking water to people worldwide, He has a younger sister, Hillary, and a younger brother, Andrew.
Killing time after soundcheck, the band holds a series of supremely dorky conversations; Wentz defends the much-maligned Terminator: Salvation, starring Christian Bale, and hypothesizes that Adam Driver’s character might ultimately turn out to be a good guy in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. “There are moments on Stranger Things where Sean Astin really looks like [his Lord of the Rings character] Samwise Gamgee,” says guitarist Joe Trohman. “It was Thanksgiving, when the old guy unbuttons his belt and just exhales,” Stump says.
“We were relaxed, and the rest of the record kind of wrote itself in a week.” Those songs are a hit at the sold-out show that night in Fairfax, where the crowd sings along to every word of old hits like “Dance, Dance,” “This Ain’t a Scene, It’s an Arms Race” and “Sugar, We’re Goin Down.” The tour coincides with a renewed interest in the emo scene of the Nineties and early 2000s, with bands like Brand New and Say Anything playing to big crowds again.
He owns a record label, DCD2 Records, which has signed bands including Panic! Fall Out Boy returned from hiatus in February 2013, and have since released 3 number-one albums; Save Rock and Roll, American Beauty/American Psycho, and Mania.In every case, Fall Out Boy are the oldest act on the bill – and the only rock band.“When we play those things it literally feels like we’re Slayer or something,” says Wentz.Lead vocalist as well as guitarist and synthesizer player for Highly Suspect, who became the first rock group to join the 300 Entertainment roster. He co-founded the band with twins Rich and Ryan Meyer in 2009.They performed covers in their hometown before earning billing at major music festivals like SXSW, Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza.