Pete Wentz is a compulsive attention seeker in a way that makes him a perfect rock star and completely annoying. That's why, as he was gaining a wife and son, he almost lost his band. By Josh Eells
It’s not every day you get to watch a rock star pee.
Fall Out Boy are in Philadelphia, the second stop on a back-to-basics club tour to promote their new album. They drove down from Boston this morning in a rented Dodge minivan and are currently lounging in the makeshift dressing room of a North Philly dive bar, across the street from Floyd & Diann’s Tire Service. A camera crew from Fuse is...
FOLIE AH DUDE by Joseph Trohman
For me, and maybe for the rest of us, this was a return to what FALL OUT BOY meant to me in the first place. It meant, way back when, 4 piece of sh*t guys getting together to create music that was exciting to them. And in that, this was the epitomy of playing music. I feel like if that was ever lost, between the incarnation of this band and what we became, this was us finding "that" again. It made me remember that I actually want to do this for a long, long time, and that it was possible to return to the beginning. It may not sound that way, but it sure feel that way."