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Fall Out Boy have shared three new songs in the form of new EP ‘Llamania’.

Comprised of previously unheard demos/singles from the scrapped album that came before ‘MANIA’, the songs featured are ‘Wrong Side Of Paradise,’ ‘Past Life’ and ‘Footprints in the Snow’.

Some fans received a CD version of the EP in the mail. When one fan asked bassist Pete Wentz about it, he replied: “When we pushed the record back- we felt like we wanted to thank everybody for being patient. So these are three demos we scrapped that will never be finished…”

You can see that tweet and listen to the songs below.

So uh @petewentz you wanna come outta your hole and explain the CD that just turned up at this dudes house or w h a t pic.twitter.com/CRijo9gq21

— Cassidy (@NebulaCass) February 23, 2018

Last month, Pete Wentz broadcast a live fan Q&A from his bubble bath after a fan reminded him of a promise he made back in 2011.

In 2011, when Fall Out Boy were in the middle of what ended up being a five year hiatus (before returning with ‘Save Rock and Roll’), the bass player tweeted: ‘If I ever hit 3 million [Twitter] followers I’m gonna livestream a bubble bath and answer questions. So weird.’

Then in 2015 (the year they released their album ‘American Beauty/American Psycho’), Wentz exceeded three million followers, and one fan wasn’t about to let him forget his promise.

Twitter user @HESITANTNACHO tweeted the musician, saying: ‘Peter Lewis Kingston Wentz III you have 3.3 million followers. Do. It.’

Over two years later, Wentz fulfilled his promise, livestreaming a 32 minute fan Q&A from his tub, via Periscope, surrounded by a plethora of tealights, while listening to Fall Out Boy’s recently released ‘Mania‘ LP.

23/02/2018 23:35:12
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