A new edition to your Christmas playlist will surely be Fall Out Boy's infectious new song 'Yule Shoot Your Eye Out'. It's released as part of Island Records latest festive compilation 'This Is Christmas', which dropped in November.
The compilation also features 'Say All You Want For Christmas' by Nick Jonas featuring Shania Twain, 'Coming Home To You' by American Authors, 'Baby, It's Cold Outside' by Loote, 'Hallelujah' by The Vamps and the remastered version of 'Step Into Christmas' by Elton John.
Meanwhile, Fall Out Boy are currently promoting the release of their seventh studio album 'Mania'. Co-produced by Jesse Shatkin, Illangelo and Pharrell Williams, the album follows the release of 2015's 'American Beauty / American Psycho' and features the four singles 'Young and Menace', 'Champion', 'The Last of the Real Ones' and 'Hold Me Tight or Don't'.
Just ahead of the new album's release, Fall Out Boy will jet off to Europe to begin their world tour at Berlin's Lido on January 8th. They will also play in Stockholm and London before hitting Australia and New Zealand with supporting band WAAX, and then returning to Europe in the Spring with Show's at London's O2 Arena on March 31st and the Manchester Arena on March 29th.
'Mania' is released on January 19th 2018 through Island and DCD2 records.
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