"I cannot believe Fall Out Boy is touring with Bring Me The Horizon in the year 2023".
Bring Me The Horizon & Fall Out Boy (Pics by Reece Owens & Pamela Littky)
Fall Out Boy have started teasing again, and this time fans believe that it's about a tour.
While it's rumoured that the famous American band will release a single a week in the lead-up to their eighth album, So Much (For) Stardust, on 24 March, devoted fans view the latest teaser as something to do with a tour. Last week, they released a second single, Heartbreak Feels So Good.
This morning, Fall Out Boy posted a mysterious tweet featuring a sideways umbrella with a couple of raindrops on a black background. The picture is captioned, "Things are looking overcast on the horizon. Check back tomorrow to see if weather conditions improve." That tweet led to fans believing that a Fall Out Boy and Bring Me The Horizon tour is coming.
Cue the fan reactions: one person wrote, "i cannot believe fall out boy is touring with bring me the horizon in the year 2023," while another said, "IF THIS IS A BRING ME THE HORIZON MESSAGE MIXED WITH AN OVERCAST KIDS MENTION IM GOING TO SUE YOU GUYS FOR EMOTIONAL DAMAGES I SWEAR". View more reactions below.
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Earlier this month, when Fall Out Boy were still teasing their return, they sent out seashells to fans as part of the campaign. As reported by Rocksound, one of the seashells Fall Out Boy sent to fans was received by none other than Bring Me The Horizon vocalist Oli Sykes. He commented, "wtf is this & why is at my house"? A long-term planned tour, then?
Fall Out Boy recently announced their eighth album, So Much (For) Stardust (24 March), released a new single, Love From The Other Side and shared that they have re-signed with Fueled By Ramen/Elektra.
Their reunion with Fueled By Ramen/Elektra arrives 20 years after the band were connected with the label and released their 2003 debut album, Take This To Your Grave.
Fall Out Boy recently began signalling their return by taking out a full-page advertisement in The Chicago Tribune newspaper, with "FOB8" - teasing their eighth album - and the phrase "if you build it, they will come" printed.
Pre-order So Much (For) Stardust here.