Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Fall Out Boy: Folie a Deux

"Fresh off a three-year hiatus, Fall Out Boy took the stage at The Studio at Webster Hall in New York on Tuesday night, playing for a crowd of 300 to 400 near-rabid fans. The concert came as a total surprise after the band announced on Monday they would be touring to support a new album in May, released a new single and would kick it all off with three intimate shows in Chicago, New York and Los Angeles this week. After three long years, the band actually seems to be having fun again. During a mostly tight 90-minute set, FOB plowed through a 25-song set list nearly identical to the one they played in Chicago on Monday, with frontman Patrick Stump again admitting he was struggling to remember all the lyrics to their songs. It's a relief to see the boys back in good spirits, since the band's last album 'Folie a Deux' touched so heavily on the theme of the perils of fame -- something the band's bassist and mouthpiece, Pete Wentz, is well-versed in" (Stephanie Marcus, "Fall Out Boy's New York Concert Proves The Boys Still Have What It Takes," Huffington Post, 2/6/13).

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