We’ve already been blasting Fall Out Boy’s music all week, in preparation for their upcoming performance at this year’s MMVAs, but now we have another reason to put FOB on repeat: it’s bassist Pete Wentz’s birthday today!
To celebrate Pete’s 36th, we’ll probably be listening to the band’s latest album, American Beauty/American Psycho, all day, but also, we’ve decided to comb through the interwebs to find some of Pete’s funniest moments because, trust us, there are a lot. Take a look below at the 15 moments that make us simultaneous LOL and swoon. Happy birthday, Pete!
Hier bij Twee Huizen Verder zijn we nieuwsgierige aagjes, die altijd op zoek zijn naar iets nieuws. Zo kwamen we op het idee om aan mensen die ons inspireren te vragen wat hun favoriete album ooit is. Deels omdat we dat graag van hen willen weten, maar ook omdat we onze horizonten graag verruimen. De tweede geïnterviewde in deze reeks is Serena Verbon. Haar blog Beautylab is één van de grootste in Nederland, en vind ik zelf steevast erg fijn om te lezen.
Wat is jouw favoriete album ooit en wie heeft het gemaakt? Serena: “Take This To Your Grave van Fall Out Boy”
Industry News: Fall Out Boy three times stronger than the AiC fold, full info inside.
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During some downtime from their ‘Boys of Zummer’ tour, Fall Out Boy refurbishes Khalifa’s Blacc Hollywood track. Fuck your curfew.
If Fall Out Boy and Wiz Khalifa seemed like an odd pairing for a two-month trek, they certainly found a rhythm at Jones Beach's Nikon Theatre in Wantagh, New York, last night. The Boys of Zummer co-headliners thrived on the quirks that make each an outlier in their own genre, and the musical similarities they've grown into sharing — a facility for genre-hopping and an easy appeal to the teens in the crowd.
Place yourself in a room full of 18 to 20-something-year-olds today and make them listen to this three-second audio clip.
It takes me about a second to recognize the opening to “Sugar, We’re Going Down.” I’d imagine it’s the same for many. Hi-hats and two consecutive muffled kick drum beats are all it takes for a crowd to erupt with excitement in between sets at a rock show. I’ve seen it happen countless times. It’s pretty magical.
Taken from Fall Out Boy’s sophomore full-length record From Under The Cork Tree, “Sugar, We’re Going Down” serves as the band’s first ever Top...
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Fall Out Boy Release “Uma Thurman” Video Feat. Brendon Urie, Big Sean & More
“The intent of the ‘Uma’ video is to deliver [a] fly-on-the-wall look into our life backstage & at home only on steroids,” Illinois pop-rock outfit Fall Out Boy tweeted not too long ago, describing the craziness that is their new music video for their song “Uma Thurman.” The track, which is taken from American Beauty/American Psycho, features Sarah, the fan who “won” the “Be Our Assistant For A Day” contest, as she diligently obliges to the band’s crazy requests both on and off stage.
The energetic Mel Soria...
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Fetty Wap has taken over the Billboard charts with his single "Trap Queen," so it’s only right the rapper takes over TV too, as he did on the MTV Movie Awards stage alongside Fall Out Boy.
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After Fall Out Boy performed their American Beauty/American Psycho single "Centuries," the band backed Fetty Wap during his set, giving the rap anthem a punk-rock twist. Pete Wentz took center stage with Fetty Wap as he hyped the crowd to rap along.
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The 2015 MTV Movie Awards took place on Sunday night live from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Hosted by comedian/actress Amy Schumer, the night featured an expected mash up collab on stage between pop rock band Fall Out Boy and New Jersey sensation Fetty Wap. After Fall Out Boy opened their set with “Centuries,” Fetty Wap joined the group to perform his smash-hit “Trap Queen.”
Watch the moment below.
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