Fall Out Boy – Save Rock And Roll | Album Stream


Multi-platinum group Fall Out Boy have made their new album Save Rock and Roll available to stream ahead of its release next week.

The hotly anticipated album (so anticipated that it was pushed forward from May 7 to April 15th in the UK and a day later in the US) features the likes of Big Sean, Elton John, Courtney Love and Foxes, and is lead by the first single “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up),” which features 2 Chainz on the remix (and in the official video). “The Phoenix,” the album’s intro, serves as the second single.

Save Rock and Roll, the group’s first album since 2008 represents a new direction for Fall Out Boy, who took the opportunity of getting back together to try something novel. Speaking to MTV, frontman Patrick Strump said: “We didn’t want to come back just to bask in the glory days and, like, and collect a few checks and pretend … and do our best 2003 impersonation. We wanted to do something that was us now. And if it weren’t right, we weren’t going to do it.”

Stream Save Rock and Roll below, and you can preorder the album on iTunes.

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