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Fall Out Boy bring forward album release

By | Published on Friday 15 February 2013

Fall Out Boy

Fall Out Boy, as recently noted, are back together and have a new album coming out, called ‘Save Rock And Roll’. But, it seems, rock n roll is in more dire need of saving than they originally thought, so they’ve brought the album release forward from 6 May to 16 Apr.

If you’re still concerned that rock n roll might not be able to hold out that long, the band have ensured that they’ll be around to pump its heart a little in the interim, with a show at The Underworld in Camden coming up on 25 Feb, and the video for the first single from the album, ‘My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)’ online now. Watch that here, before it’s too late:


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