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Fall Out Boy


Monday 05 March 2018
6:00pm

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Multi-platinum Grammy-nominated rock superstars FALL OUT BOY are set to return to
Australia for four mammoth shows in 2018.

FALL OUT BOY emerged as the biggest underground band in the early 2000’s with the
release of their debut album, Take This To Your Grave, a seminal pop punk classic. But it was the release of their second studio album, From Under The Cork Tree, that catapulted them to global superstardom with unprecedented fanfare. Since then, FALL OUT BOY have released six chart topping albums, amongst a string of smash hits.

FALL OUT BOY have remained as brave and bombastic as ever to fans both new and old, selling out arenas across the globe and continually releasing genre defining classic album after classic album.

True to form, FALL OUT BOY continue to push the boundaries as they experiment with their sound on the release of their forthcoming seventh studio album, MAN I A, with frontman Patrick Stump enthusing, “This record is most off-script we’ve gone…I want to invent something new”.

‘Young and Menace’ and its follow up, ‘Champion’, are the first two singles off their
forthcoming album which is their most adventurous and ambitious to date. The record is an ode to what the band does best – reinvent themselves. This time around FALL OUT BOY set out to unite both the personal with the political, mixing lyrics that are poignant and nostalgic with a heavy dose of cultural commentary.

‘Young and Menace’ reflects on what bassist Pete Wentz describes as “real world
implication”, whilst ‘Champion’ pays homage to the rock roots of the band, as frontman Patrick Stump chants victoriously on behalf of all underdogs, “If I can live through this I can do anything”. Both singles are a taste of what’s to come, with success and critical acclaim already praising MAN I A.

(Young and Menace is) some of the edgiest material the group has released in their decade-plus career. Substream Magazine

Champion is an anthemic track that already sounds like a stadium hit.” –  Billboard

FALL OUT BOY remind us why they’re one of the greatest thriving rock bands whenever they hit the stage. The volume and energy of their floor-filling, sing-a-long anthems are
intensified, as the flair and theatrics of each member urge a stadium of fans to express themselves and fist pump in solidarity. 

Theyve perfected their stage presence. Guitar swings, punk jumps, mixed in with a setlist full of likeable hits “ Reverb

Fall Out Boy have always shown a flair for the dramatic, and their performance last nightno exception. Rolling Stone

PRESENTED BY SELECT TOURING & BLUE MURDER

Shuttle Times


Location
Departs Pub
Departs Red Hill
Balmoral Hotel
5.00pm
20 minutes after the show
Beeches Tavern
5.00pm
20 minutes after the show
Brighton Hotel
5.00pm
20 minutes after the show
Chapel Farm (accommodation available)
5.00pm
20 minutes after the show
Berrigans by the Lakes
5.00pm
20 minutes after the show
Greenwood Hotel
5.00pm
20 minutes after the show
Kalamunda Hotel
5.00pm
20 minutes after the show
Lakers Tavern
5.00pm
20 minutes after the show
Mash Brewing Rockingham
5.00pm
20 minutes after the show
Midland Tourist Park (accommodation available)
5.00pm
20 minutes after the show
The Raffles Hotel
5.00pm
20 minutes after the show
Port Kennedy Tavern
5.00pm
20 minutes after the show
Rosemount Hotel
5.00pm
20 minutes after the show
The Claremont
5.00pm
20 minutes after the show
The Leederville
5.00pm
20 minutes after the show
The Norfolk Hotel (accommodation available)
5.00pm
20 minutes after the show
The Saint George Hotel
5.00pm
20 minutes after the show
The Sovereign Arms
5.00pm
20 minutes after the show
The Stanley
5.00pm
20 minutes after the show
The Woodvale
5.00pm
20 minutes after the show
Aloft Hotel (accommodation available)
5.00pm
20 minutes after the show