Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump Releasing "First Real Solo Record" with 'Spell' Soundtrack

September 20, 2018

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I don't know if I could handle being on social media if I were famous. Everybody knowing your business, messaging you like they're your buddy.

Back 'er down, Dave from Dubuque. 

Those same people keep asking Patrick Stump about new Fall Out Boy material already, even though "Mania" is less than a year old.  Oh, and they just put out the Lake Effect Kid EP in August.  But we want more!

Well, ok, here's more. Patrick just released what he calls his "first real solo record," in the form of  the film score for the new thriller SpellHe's serious. He says he loves the creative freedom soundtracks give him, and "as a composer, I'm like, 'Oh, this is my solo record.' Writing music for films, TV, and stuff. I get to experiment with everything."

There may not be anything you'll hear on the radio there, so if you're one of those "friends" of his who is up is behind about new music, you'll have to search it out on your own.

SEE ALSO: Weezer Drops New Song "California Snow" From the 'Spell' Soundtrack' 

By the way, Spell premieres Sunday, September 23rd at the L.A. Film Festival, if you happen to be in the 'hood.