The festival will return to Leeds and Hatfield in May 2021.
Fall Out Boy have announced a tiny London show, taking to Brixton Electric on the 11 January 2018 as part of a small venue European tour. The show comes in support of their forthcoming album M A N I A, which is released on the 19 January 2018.
The band will also play intimate shows in Berlin and Stockholm on the 8 and 10 January respectively.
The news comes as the band reveal their new song The Last Of The Real Ones, one a handful of tracks to be revealed from the new album. It follows the unveiling of Young and Menace and Champion.
Speaking of the new song, Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz says: “That kind of love you feel for someone because of their glitches, not in spite of them… where you feel the vacuum of them everywhere… and your heart just feels like TNT, quicksand and oblivion all at once…”
The band, fronted by Patrick Stump, will be playing a special show in their hometown of Chicago, showcasing some of their new music at the House of Blues. They then kick off their full M A N I A tour, celebrating their album, in Cleveland on the 20 October 2017.
M A N I A is the band’s seventh studio album, and first since 2015’s American Beauty / American Psycho which spawned a host of singles including Centuries and Immortal.
Songs such as Dance, Dance and This Ain’t A Scene, It’s An Arms Race continue to dominate alternative club playlists.
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