Fall Out Boy posted their entire new album Save Rock And Roll to their website in Soundcloud form at falloutboy.com. Discount pre-orders through iTunes at only $7.99 also include an instant download of "The Phoenix", plus fancier bundles are available involving physical copies, vinyl, apparel, and more. Here's a message about the record directly from the band:
this album is one that is particularly close to us. we recorded it in secret from the music industry, critics, and even our fans. an artists first record sounds the way it does because it is often made without expectations. this is not our first record. but because of the way we went about making this one in the shadows it is with out a doubt the first record in a new chapter of fall out boy. we made this music for ourselves and no one else at the end of the day. this is meant be played loud, with the windows down on summer nights. four friends with our backs to each other fighting in the darkness against anything and everything that is out there. we bowed our heads, took a knee and plugged back in. from the first strings to the last shouts- this is us. these incantations are meant to conjure realness, to unlock whatever the rock and roll is inside each of you- in each of us. put on your headphones, turn it up- this is what we have spent the last year and a half making. most importantly, thank you for wishing or waiting- because with out you, the most important piece, this record would never have been made. so we figured you have waited long enough… with out further ado, please listen closely:
Save Rock And Roll hits stores on April 16.
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