Fall Out Boy Tell The Stories Behind Their Greatest Hits Of The Last Decade
After their hiatus in 2009, plenty of people thought that Fall Out Boy’s reign as one of rock’s most influential bands was over. It’s not as though that would’ve been a defeat of any kind — by then, Fall Out Boy had done more than most bands ever dream of, rising from Chicago’s punk scene and becoming a massive musical institution the world over. But after a few years, the band not only returned — they did so with gusto on 2013’s aptly-titled Save Rock And Roll, and have reclaimed their throne several times over since.
In the latest episode of our podcast series Inside Track — in which the startling real stories behind some of rock history’s biggest moments are told by those who lived through them — the members of Fall Out Boy talk about their 2009 hiatus, including the very honest reasons they needed to take a break. On top of that, the band give listeners an inside look at their new greatest hits compilation, Believers Never Die – Volume 2, walking through the tracks that matter most to them.
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Every two weeks, Inside Track gives you rock’s biggest names telling the mind-blowing truths behind some of music history’s most monumental moments. Spanning from heavy metal to pop-punk, the podcast reveals what really happened while some of history’s most important sonic movements and game-changing records were coming into the world. Not only will Inside Track feature first-hand accounts by rock’s most talented musicians, but we’ll also let the producers, festival organizers, friends, and other figures behind the scenes give you the inside scoop you’ve never heard before.
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