Fall Out Boy Discusses Future Plan On 2015 AMAs Backstage Interview: ‘Casually Working On New Stuff’
Fall Out Boy won the American Music Award for the first time. The four members of the American rock band discussed their future plan during the backstage interview, after receiving the 2015 AMAs trophy for the favorite alternative artist.
We know that the American rock band has been giving out hits for 10 years. Indeed, the band’s music has been typically described as pop punk and pop rock. It is for the first time that the Fall Out Boy has won the American Music Award.
According to the Billboard, the Fall Out Boy members Patrick Stump, Pete Wentz, Andy Hurley and Joe Trohman discussed what is ahead on the backstage interview with the source, just after they received their first AMAs award.
“Not distinctly, but we’re always writing,” Stump said during the interview, when questioned whether the band is writing new stuff.
While Wentz said that the film industry has been showing interest in collaborating with them. He also revealed that they are “casually working on stuff.” He further added that the film industry is interested with their music after they worked for the 2014 film “Big Hero 6.” He also said that working for movies helps them to give hits, and hence, they are working on that kind of stuff.
The album “American Beauty/American Psycho” of the Fall Out Boy was released in January 2015 through Island Records. According to Wikipedia entry, this was the sixth studio album of the American rock band. The album was a follow-up to the American rock band’s comeback album “Save Rock and Roll.”
We congratulate the Fall Out Boy for winning their first American Music Award. The 2015 AMAs was held on November 22, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California. You can view the highlights from the 2015 AMAs on ABC.
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