There's no slowing down at camp Fall Out Boy! The Chicago power pop-punk band just got off the road with Paramore, frontman Patrick Stump recently shared that he's soon to be a father, and there's the whole flappy bird smart phone game thing.
Earlier this afternoon the band shared "Centuries." It recalls the band's last arena-ready album, Save Rock and Roll, with a massive chorus of "We'll go down in history / Remember me for centuries." No danger of that not coming true, Stump!
While it's unknown whether or not "Centuries" will appear on an upcoming album, the boys told KROQ a sixth full-length is underway. "It is going to happen," Pete Wentz told the radio station. "We don't have a Chinese Democracy on our hands!" he joked, referencing the Guns N' Roses album that famously took nine years to record.
Listen to it below!