Fall Out Boy Debuts Two New Singles At Surprise Hometown Show
Fall Out Boy debuted two new singles to a small audience in their hometown of Chicago this week. After playing stadiums around the world, they chose the stage at the legendary Metro, with a capacity of just over 1,000, to give their first live public debut of “Love From the Other Side” and, “Heartbreak Feels So Good.”
They performed as a trio in the absence of guitarist Joe Trohman, who last week announced that he was taking a mental health break. Patrick Stump pulled double-duty on lead vocals and electric guitar. To help fill in the gap, longtime guitar tech Ben Young, played six-string near the stage wings on a few songs.
Both songs they debuted are from their upcoming eighth studio album, So Much (For) Stardust , to be released on March 24.
- Fall Out Boy debuted two new songs to a small audience in their hometown of Chicago at the legendary Metro.
- It was their first live public debut of “Love From the Other Side” and, “Heartbreak Feels So Good.”