Fall Out Boy Stream “Young Volcanoes”

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Fall Out Boy have released a stream of a new song entitled “Young Volcanoes.”

Serving as the third song to surface off Save Rock And Roll, “Young Volcanoes” is a complete 180 from what has been released from the album up to this point. Lead by Patrick Stump’s signature vocals and a catchy acoustic guitar riff that will soon plague every campfire and Guitar Center practice space from here to Spain, the song targets top 40 radio fans with a flair reminiscent of Imagine Dragons. I wouldn’t go as far as to say those who hated the other singles will be happier about this one, but it will surely get people talking. You can stream “Young Volcanoes” at the end of this post.

Fall Out Boy will release Save Rock And Roll on April 16. If you missed the remix of “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up),” click here and discover what happens when 2 Chainz meets FOB.

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