Rock band Fall Out Boy has started 2015 on the right note. In anticipation of the release of the band’s upcoming album American Beauty/American Psycho, Fall Out Boy has released the track “Irresistible” via an audio-only music video posted on its YouTube channel on Jan. 4, 2015.
The new track from the upcoming album clocks in at three-and-a-half minutes, and uses plenty of horns along with the band’s signature rock style throughout the song. The audio music video has racked up more than 100,000 views as of press time, and has garnered plenty of positive comments from fans. On the band’s official website and Facebook page, the band wrote of the song: “[...] Sometimes it hard not to love what can hurt us the most.”
There’s plenty more to come from the band before the release of the upcoming album on Jan. 20, 2015. Fall Out Boy has promised the release of another new song next week, and has also hinted on the band’s Facebook page that a big announcement would be made soon. Fans have since speculated as to what that news might include. Fall Out Boy has posted part of the lyrics to some of its songs from the upcoming album, which is the band’s sixth, on its official website and Facebook page. The album is available for pre-order through iTunes and Amazon. “Irresistible” is available for purchase as a single as well.
The much-anticipated 11-track album American Beauty/American Psycho has included plenty of releases of singles and music videos. The most recent was the release of the music video for “Immortals” late last year, as we reported previously on AXS.com. The upcoming album is on the heels of the band’s 2013 album Save Rock And Roll.
Chicago-based Fall Out Boy has not announced a tour in support of its upcoming album as of this time. However, the band has release shows on the schedule for Jan. 14, 2015, at Islington Assembly Hall in London, and Jan. 24 at Chicago’s Lincoln Hall. Fall Out Boy has additional performances scheduled worldwide through March 2015.
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