When we took a break, it finally gave us time to reflect and grow up.We learned how to communicate with each other in different ways."6. "It's done such wonderful things for the band," says Trohman. It really made him go from someone that looked into himself all the time to someone that looked outside of himself all the time.Don't expect them to pull a Taylor Swift and yank their catalog off Spotify."I get so tired of people saying, ' Oh, this is hurting the industry' or complaining about whatever the new boogie man is this year," says Stump.They don't care that people still refer to them as an emo band."I've always thought that genre was bullshit," says Trohman."It's best we don't worry about how other people describe us.
"I can't see how a band sits around and says, ' You know what would mean a lot to me? '"Playing an entire album we put out 10 years ago, front to back.Last month, we spent the day with the group as it drove across Florida – from Jacksonville to St.Petersburg – in an SUV caravan during a marathon tour of radio station festivals. "Real early on we decided that, regardless of who wrote what, we'd split everything four ways," says Patrick Stump. ' And all those bands are broken up, every single one of them."2. He has been in two celebrity relationships averaging approximately 2.5 years each.Though it may be hard to believe, 10 years have passed since Fall Out Boy first landed on the pop charts with "Sugar, We're Going Down." It was a time of My Space, Pretty Ricky and Peter Jackson's .
"We might have been able to get away with it under parody law, but we don't know many lawyers.