Remembering Fall Out Boy
You remember Fall Out Boy, right?
Of course you do. If you’re a fan, you’ll never forget them. Sadly, I didn’t discover them until after they had disbanded. However, they did leave a legacy in their 8-ish years of music, and somewhat of a cult following behind. Now Patrick Stump is solo, and Pete Wentz is divorced with his own band(s?).
But who has seen their music video, “A Little Less Sixteen Candles, a Little More Touch Me?” A long and possibly intracate plot simplified into 6:38 of music video time, but did they pull it off. As expected, Pete played the vampire seeking revenge on the one’s that turned him.
Did you recognize those ‘makers’? William Beckett of the Academy Is…, Brendon Urie and Spencer Smith from Panic! At The Disco, and Travis McCoy! William Beckett plays the head protaganist, and Brendon Urie his womanizing assistant.
It’s a great song from an amazing band, and an intruguing music video. If you like Yellowcard, Panic At the Disco, All Time Low, or Mayday Parade, Fall Out Boy is a great band. It is hard to actually reference them to other bands, because Patrick’s voice is very unique and every song is a different style.
My favorite is “What A Catch, Donnie” because it is beautiful and really shows the range of music and vocals in Fall Out Boy.
Leave me a comment and here’s the link to the song!
XoXo, Radium Rollercoaster