Two months ago, Fall Out Boy released their wild new single, “Young And Menace,” off their upcoming album, M A N I A. The song represented a change in direction, and the band promised more new music before the album drops this September. Now Fall Out Boy is gearing up to release their second single, “Champion,” on June 22nd. Earlier this month, bassist Pete Wentz revealed that their next single is inspired by the 1984 film, The NeverEnding Story. We also have one lyrical preview: “I am a champion of the people that don’t believe in champions.”
“Champion” will be out this Thursday. It may include a lyric video or music video.
M A N I A won’t be available until September 15th, but you can pre-order the album on Fall Out Boy’s official site now. They’re offering a few different vinyl and CD bundles, so be sure to check them out. You can also pre-order M A N I A on iTunes.
If you like live music, get ready for the band’s upcoming fall tour! Fall Out Boy will trek across the US and Canada this October and November. Additional tour dates for the rest of the world will likely be announced soon. Check out all dates and tickets before it’s too late!
While we wait for M A N I A and the tour, Fall Out Boy promises “many surprises before then” to look forward to. Their second single, “Champion,” is just around the corner. For now, keep watching “Young And Menace” above, and be sure to stream it on Spotify or buy it on iTunes. Also remember to pre-order M A N I A soon! Keep checking back here for all the latest Fall Out Boy music news.