Fall Out Boy Releases Yet Another New Song: “Uma Thurman”
Fall Out Boy has just released another new song from their upcoming album, American Beauty/American Psycho. “Uma Thurman” is an interesting song, and a bit of a mixed bag, and it’s already one of our favorites from the new record. It has twists and turns, as the instrumentation and tempo change from verse to chorus to bridge. It sounds exotic at parts, yet familiar in other parts. Hear it for yourself:
“Uma Thurman” is a great song, and one that makes us even more excited for the whole album. Here’s what bassist and lyricist Pete Wentz had to say about “Uma Thurman” –
American Beauty/American Psycho will be out next week, on January 20th, but you can pre-order it now. You will get an instant download of “Uma Thurman,” “Irresistible,” “The Kids Aren’t Alright,” and the singles “Centuries” and “American Beauty/American Psycho.” The album will include an alternate version of the song “Immortals” as well. The remaining new songs will be out in just a week, so the wait is almost over. Keep checking back here for the latest Fall Out Boy music news.
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What instruments are used in the song Uma Thurman
Fall Out Boy plays the standard guitar, bass, and drums in Uma Thurman. They also sample the Munsters theme song, which is guitar and baritone sax bass.