Speaking of football stadiums, the pop-punk act is floored their 2013 single "My Songs Know What You Did In the Dark (Light Em Up)" has become a sports stadium anthem.
"We wanted to write anthems that could be in stadiums, but I think we were thinking about it more from [the perspective of] us performing them there," bassist Pete Wentz said about the hit single.
"I think that as musicians, any time you try to like, 'Oh, we'll write a song that'll be great when you're in a car,' it just doesn't work out. It's not an equation... When ['Light Em Up'] started picking up, and it started getting traction [during sporting events]... it's a big deal."
"I'm surprised [at the song's popularity in sports arenas], but I'm so excited about it," frontman Patrick Stump added. "There's nothing better than how [Queen's] 'We Will Rock You' sounds in a stadium. There's nothing better than that, for that purpose. So when you're lucky enough to have one of those songs, that's the coolest thing ever."
Check out our recap of Fall Out Boy's show at Brooklyn Bowl during Super Bowl Week, and peep their performance of "My Songs Know What You Did In the Dark (Light Em Up)" from Trending 10 below.
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