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Fall Out Boy is an American rock band formed in Wilmette, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, in 2001. The band consists of lead vocalist and guitarist Patrick Stump, bassist Pete Wentz, and drummer Andy Hurley. The band originated from Chicago's hardcore punk scene and was formed by Wentz and and guitarist Joe Trohman[a] as a pop punk side project; Stump joined shortly thereafter. The group went through a succession of drummers before Hurley joined. Their debut album, Take This to Your Grave (2003), became an underground success and helped the band gain a dedicated fanbase through heavy touring. Take This to Your Grave is cited as influential on pop punk music in the 2000s.




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The band's first public performance came in a cafeteria at DePaul University alongside Stilwell and another group that performed Black Sabbath's self-titled debut album in its entirety.[13] The band's only performance with guitarist John Flamandan and original drummer Ben Rose was in retrospect described as "goofy" and "bad", but Trohman made an active effort to make the band work, picking up members for practice.[13] Wentz and Stump argued over band names; the former favored verbose, tongue-in-cheek names, while the latter wanted to reference Tom Waits in name.[13] After creating a short list of names that included "Fall Out Boy", a fictional character from The Simpsons and Bongo Comics, friends voted on the name. The band's second performance, at a southern Illinois university with The Killing Tree, began with Wentz introducing the band under a name Stump recalled as "very long".[13] According to Stump, an audience member yelled out, "Fuck that, no, you're Fall Out Boy!", and the band were credited later in the show under that name by Killing Tree frontman Tim McIlrath. As the group looked up to McIlrath, and Trohman and Stump were "die-hard" Simpsons fans, the name stuck.[13][14] The group's first cassette tape demo was recorded in Rose's basement, but the band later set off for Wisconsin to record a proper demo with 7 Angels 7 Plagues drummer Jared Logan, whom Wentz knew through connections in the hardcore scene.[13]


The band booked a two-week tour with Spitalfield, but Pareskuwicz was unable to get time off from work and Kunasch was kicked out of the band as the group "had all gotten sick of him".[15] Kunasch was temporarily replaced by friend Brandon Hamm on guitar, alongside drummer Chris Envy from the recently disbanded Showoff, but both quit prior to the kickoff of the tour.[15] The band invited Hurley instead to fill-in once more, while Stump borrowed one of Trohman's guitars for the trek. While most shows were cancelled, the band played any show possible: "Let's just get on whatever show we can. You can pay us in pizza", remembered Wentz.[15] As the tour concluded, the general consensus was that Hurley would be the band's new drummer, and the band began to shop around the three songs from the group's unreleased split as a demo to record labels. The band members set their sights on pop punk labels, and attempted with considerable effort to join Drive-Thru Records.[16] A showcase for label co-founders went largely mediocre, and the band were offered to sign to side label Rushmore, an offer that the members of the band declined. They got particularly far in discussions with The Militia Group and Victory Records, and Bob McLynn of Crush Management became the band's first manager.[17] The band re-entered the studio with O'Keefe to record several more tracks to create label interest. Wentz felt "in the backseat" in writing the songs and temporarily questioned his place in the group, but Stump argued in his favor: "No! That's not fair! Don't leave me with this band! Don't make me kind of like this band and then leave it! That's bullshit!"[17]


From Under the Cork Tree debuted and peaked at number nine on the Billboard 200 upon its May 3, 2005 release.[28][31][32] It was spearheaded by the band's breakthrough single, "Sugar, We're Goin' Down", reached number eight in the US Billboard Hot 100 in September 2005, and in the UK chart in February 2006, crossing over from Alternative to Pop radio.[31] "Dance, Dance", the album's second single, also was a top ten hit in the United States and was certified 3 Platinum in 2014.[25] The record's success led to stardom among teenagers in North America, and the band's first arena tour had the group playing to 10,000 people per night.[31] Rolling Stone wrote that the band's "anthems", distributed and marketed through their MySpace, connected with "skinny-jeans-wearing teen girls".[33] In support of From Under the Cork Tree, the band toured exhaustively with international tours, TRL visits, late-night television appearances and music award shows.[25] The band performed at music festivals in 2005 and 2006, including the third Nintendo Fusion Tour in the fall of 2005, joining The Starting Line, Motion City Soundtrack, Boys Night Out, and Panic! at the Disco on a 31 city tour.[34] The album earned the band a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist,[25] and has sold over 2.7 million copies in the United States, becoming the group's best-selling album.[31] "Sugar, We're Goin Down" also won the band an MTV Music Video Award.[35]


On January 11, 2023, the band announced the lead single from their upcoming album, "Love from the Other Side".[179][180] The song was released on January 18, alongside the announcement for the album So Much (for) Stardust, which is set to be released on March 24.[181][182][183][184] Following the conclusion of their album deal with Island Records, the band signed with Fueled by Ramen and Elektra Records for the album's release, marking their first release under Fueled by Ramen since Take This to Your Grave.[181][182][183][184] It was also announced that the album was produced by Neal Avron, making it the first time Fall Out Boy had worked with him since Folie à Deux.[182][183] The same day, guitarist Joe Trohman announced publicly on social media that he would be taking a break from the band to focus on his mental health, but stated that he intended to return.[3][4][5] The band played "Love From The Other Side" on Jimmy Kimmel Live! the same day that the song was released. The band performed as a trio, without Trohman, marking the first time they have ever done so publicly.[182][184] On January 19, 2023, the band posted a photo of another package containing another seashell marked 2 of 13 with the date January 25, 2023, and a speculated song title: "Heartbreak Feels So Good".[185][186] The band later confirmed "Heartbreak Feels So Good" and its release date, with promotion featuring actress Nicole Kidman.[187][188]


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The band booked a two-week tour with Spitalfield, and the band invited drummer Andy Hurley to fill-in for recently departed members, while Stump borrowed one of Trohman's guitars for the trek. The band began to shop around the three songs from their unreleased split as a demo to record labels. The band set their sights on pop punk labels, and attempted with considerable effort to join Drive-Thru Records. A showcase for label co-founders went largely mediocre, and the band were offered to sign to side label Rushmore, an offer they passed. They got particularly far in discussions with The Militia Group and Victory Records, and Bob McLynn of Crush Management became the band's first manager. The band re-entered the studio with O'Keefe to record several more tracks to create label interest. Wentz felt "in the backseat" in writing the songs and temporarily questioned his place in the group, but Stump argued in his favor: "No! That's not fair! Don't leave me with this band! Don't make me kind of like this band and then leave it! That's bullshit!" John Janick of Fueled by Ramen had heard an early version of a song online and cold-called the band at their apartment, first reaching Stump and later talking to Wentz for an hour. Rob Stevenson from Island Records eventually offered the band a "first-ever incubator sort of deal," in which they gave the band money to sign with Fueled by Ramen for their one-off debut, knowing they could "upstream" the band to radio on the sophomore record. Fueled by Ramen, at the time the smallest of independent labels clamoring to sign the band, would effectively release their debut album and help build their ever-expanding fanbase before they moved to Island. While the band had secured an investment from the label, they did not see immediate success: "Even when Fueled by Ramen got onboard, the band were still surviving on Taco Bell and hoping to find someone to stay with overnight."


Fall Out Boy is an American rock band formed in Wilmette, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, in 2001. The band consists of lead vocalist and guitarist Patrick Stump, bassist Pete Wentz, and drummer Andy Hurley. The band originated from Chicago's hardcore punk scene and was formed by Wentz and and guitarist Joe Trohman[lower-alpha 1] as a pop punk side project; Stump joined shortly thereafter. The group went through a succession of drummers before Hurley joined. Their debut album, Take This to Your Grave (2003), became an underground success and helped the band gain a dedicated fanbase through heavy touring. Take This to Your Grave is cited as influential on pop punk music in the 2000s.


Fall Out Boy was formed by friends Pete Wentz and Joe Trohman as a pop punk side project from their respective bands in 2001. The Chicago duo were soon joined by vocalist Patrick Stump later that year. The line-up was completed in 2003 when Andy Hurley joined the band, after several previous attempts to secure a drummer. The band released their debut album, 'Take This To Your Grave' in 2003, which became an underground hit and gained them a loyal fanbase. However, Fall Out Boy achieved breakthrough success after the release of their second album 'From Under the Cork Tree' in 2005. It peaked at Number 12 in the UK and has since reached Platinum status on these shores. To date it has sold more than 4 million units worldwide. The album boasts hit singles 'Sugar, We're Goin' Down' and 'Dance, Dance' which continue to be firm fan favourites today.


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