Fall Out Boy have spoken about their upcoming tour to support their new album, ‘M A N I A’, saying that it will be “insane” – They also said that they would love to headline Glastonbury sometime in the future.
Pete Wentz, the bands bassist, has been speaking to NME about their new single, ‘Young & Menace’ and new album, ‘M A N I A’. When asked if they might be touring the UK again soon, Pete Wentz replied with the following
“So we started planning our initial stage show. We have some US arena dates and of course the UK is one of the biggest places for us, so I’m sure we’ll go there but we don’t have anything booked yet. I think that it’s interesting for us because we’re like a band, we need like the bass, the guitar, the drums. So we’re trying to figure out a way to make the stage show be different but at the same time have all those elements.”
When asked about how this tour will compare with their last, Pete said, “I think that it’ll be insane. When we did Reading and Leeds we were kinda like thinking about the Guns N’ Roses Tour and all these iconic moments, and we thought ‘if we’re gonna headline this thing we’ve gotta go out there and do the biggest Fall Out Boy show there is’. I don’t know if we’ll have 50 people on stage with us again and try to burn down a field, but I think it’ll be still big and weird.”
Pete also spoke about the bands feelings on someday playing Glastonbury, “Dude, I mean, it would be so cool, I mean, it’s so legendary. I mean, if they ever ask us I’m sure we would.”
Fall Out Boy will release their seventh studio album ‘M A N I A’ on September 15th