The popular Chicago-based Fall Out Boy is known for their “punk-pop” music. Throughout the years, they have produced hits such as "Dance, Dance" and "A Little Less Sixteen Candles." These and other hits garnered multiple Grammy Awards, Billboard Awards, and made them a household name.
In 2008, following their album “Folie à Deux,” Fall Out Boy took a hiatus from music. In 2013, they confirmed that the band was happily back together again. In April 2014, they released their comeback single, “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark.” Their song “Immortals” was featured in the popular Disney animated movie "Big Hero Six.” Fall Out Boy released an album titled “American Beauty/American Psycho,” which featured the track “Uma Thurman” and once again landed them at the top of the Billboard chart. The band released a remixed version of their 6th studio album titled “Make America Psycho Again” in late 2015. The band’s song “Irresistible,” which features superstar Demi Lovato, was performed on the Ellen Show in February 2016. Fall Out Boy plans to tour in 2016 alongside rock bands AWOLNATION and PVRIS.