The release of Fall Out Boy's highly-anticipated sixth studio album, American Beauty/American Psycho is right around the corner. From what we've heard so far—"Centuries," "The Kids Aren't Alright," "American Beauty/American Psycho," "Irresistible," and "Uma Thurman"—the album is a major transition from their previous stuff, a cool progression that could both Save Rock and Roll and redefine it.

The record might be a week away, but the boys are keeping us preoccupied with new jams, daily. This morning we were gifted "Jet Pack Blues," the guys' most somber single to date.

Bassist Pete Wentz told Alternative Press about the track. "There is a certain coldness to the future when I think about it from the wrong angle. It is when we leave town for weeks on end," the explained. "When I try to put myself together on long bus rides lying in my bunk- when you get so lonely it feels like white hot rage. I always thought of this scene from the film pacific rim, just when it feels like the world is about to fall apart the person is waiting in the rain to hold it all together for you…"

Listen to "Jet Pack Blues" above, and make sure to scroll through our complete guide to American Beauty/American Psycho here!