Enigmatic empyrean euphoria and a spatial Spanish showcase. Fall Out Boy and Liam Payne performed their rightfully artistic works, with ‘The Last Of The Real Ones’ the pinnacle of celestial prosperity amongst the musical midlife crisis call of the American allegiance’s seventh studio strive MANIA and ‘Familiar’, a performance of urbane dimensions and searing singing by the boy band past timer turned single handed soloist. Serendipitously gathering within the backstage…View Post
Fall Out Boy
A collation of blog posts surrounding band Fall Out Boy.
Wentz the wannabe Tesco worker, llamas limelight shooting shirts and violet visuals amongst a blissful atmosphere. Fall Out Boy delivered a thrilling time performing a parallel balance between modern evolution ‘M A N I A’ and core staple classics compromising a 23 stellar setlist, that showed the Chicago collectives 17 year long career longevity has lived on in London. “When I was a boy I started to hide things in…View Post
Llama appearance shake ups and ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ cover mess ups. Fall Out Boy and Panic! At The Disco are on opposite ends of the axis, putting on performances of mind perplexing high notes, ‘Girls/Girls/Boys’ rainbow wraparounds, rebellious antics and dashing displays, intact instrumentals and purple production. The ‘Sugar We’re Goin Down’ singers Fall Out Boy are in the post hype hysteria as the four piece have touched down in the…View Post
Ride the purple wave all the way to the MANIA tour. Fall Out Boy are packing up their skeletal skulls, royal milk tea and friend Wilson to embark on their second time lucky round of shows, after having an album meltdown around the lustreless LP’s intended record release. Deemed as “It doesn’t sound like Fall Out Boy” by front-facing Patrick Stump, subsequently having no full-bodied MANIA for the twenty date…View Post
Hardcore, stans and superior fans are the fire starters of fall outs in fandoms. Carefully collated groups within society, influenced by a franchise, novel or in the music marketplace an artist has a legion of almighty following that have the power to make, break or completely change a musicians career. Commercialisation is the currency to sell music in the modern day and as artists are evolving with the times, fan…View Post