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Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) February 11, 2013
Long awaited since 2009 is finally here! Fall Out Boy's upcoming album titled "Save Rock And Roll" is set to release on May 6 - exactly same day, when their first full-length album "Take This To Your Grave" has been released back in 2003. First song from new album "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Out)” is available for purchasing through iTunes for several days so far. Fall Out Boy 2013 tour tickets are available for sale too.
Fall Out Boy's 2013 tour with same title as their new album starts on May 14 in Milwaukee. Full schedule goes below:
May 14 – The Rave in Milwaukee, WI;
May 16 – Riviera Theatre in Chicago, IL;
May 17 – Lifestyle Communities Pavilion in Columbus, OH;
May 21 – Stage AE in Pittsburgh, PA;
May 22 – The Fillmore Detroit in Detroit, MI;
May 24 – Sound Academy in Toronto, ON;
May 25 – Metropolis in Montreal, QC;
May 26 – House Of Blues in Boston, MA;
May 28 – Rapids Theatre in Niagara Falls, NY;
May 29 – Terminal 5 in New York, NY;
May 30 – Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA;
May 31 – 9:30 Club in Washington, DC;
June 1 – Fillmore Charlotte in Charlotte, NC;
June 2 – The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA;
June 4 – House Of Hope in Orlando, FL;
June 5 – Fillmore Miami Beach At Jackie Gleason Theater in Miami Beach, FL;
June 7 – Bayou Music Center in Houston, TX;
June 8 – Palladium Ballroom in Dallas, TX;
June 9 – Stubb’s BBQ in Austin, TX;
June 11 – The Marquee in Tempe, AZ;
June 13 – The Wiltern in Los Angeles, CA;
June 15 – House Of Blues in Las Vegas, NV;
June 16 – Fox Theater in Oakland, CA;
June 18 – Roseland Theater in Portland, OR;
June 19 – Showbox SoDo in Seattle, WA;
June 20 – Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, BC;
June 22 – In The Venue in Salt Lake City, UT;
June 23 – Ogden Theatre in Denver, CO;
June 25 – Uptown Theater in Kansas City, MO;
June 26 – Myth in Saint Paul, MN (nearby Minneapolis)
June 28 – The Pageant in St. Louis, MO;
June 29 – Egyptian Room in Indianapolis, IN;
June 30 – Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN.
Usually considered to be a pop-punk band, Fall Out Boy has also been mentioned as pop rock and emo. They cite emo group The Get Up Kids as an influence among many other bands. Lead singer Patrick Stump was influenced by artists such as Michael Jackson, Prince and David Bowie. Fall Out Boy's albums "From Under the Cork Tree" and "Take This to Your Grave" are said to have pop-punk as well as punk-rock sounds and influences, and "Infinity on High" includes a wide range of music styles and instrumentation, including choral and orchestral arrangements and even a slower piano ballad. R&B influences are felt on "Infinity on High" songs such as "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race". Couple of the album's tracks are produced by R&B singer/producer Babyface. Fall Out Boy continues to evolve their sound on On Folie à Deux with less of a pop-punk sound and increasing the use of synthesizers, piano and adding guest artists. The band has worked with numerous producers and artists, including Timbaland, Lil Wayne, The Neptunes and Kanye West.
Fall Out Boy said goodbye to their old albums. As they stated, "The future of Fall Out Boy starts now”. It isn’t a reunion because they never broke up. They just needed to plug back in and make some music that matters to them.
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