Celebrate Fall Out Boy’s New Album With Their Biggest Hits

We’re taking a journey through the biggest hits from each of their past seven studio albums to help us get ready for So Much (for) Stardust.

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February 23, 2023

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Five years after their last album, Fall Out Boy is back on the scene! Their new album, So Much (for) Stardust, is set to drop on March 24, with two singles — “Love From The Other Side” and “Heartbreak Feels So Good” — already making waves. This will be the band’s eighth studio album and, according to singer Patrick Stump, it has a “very mature bitterness” to it, so we here at SiriusXM can’t wait to hear how it turned out.

We’re taking a journey through the biggest hits from each of their past seven studio albums to help us get ready for So Much (for) Stardust. Let’s thank them for the memories — and these ones really were so great!

“Grand Theft Autumn / Where Is Your Boy” (2003)

With 13m views on YouTube, “Grand Theft Autumn / Where Is Your Boy” is the standout single from Fall Out Boy’s debut album, Take This to Your Grave. Given its thrilling riffs and solid a cappella introduction to Patrick Stump’s voice, it’s no surprise it’s beloved by many. The song has remained a staple in the band’s live sets all this time and has been referenced in multiple works of theirs since. Many artists shy away from their earlier work, but Fall Out Boy clearly knows their back catalog is full of classics!


“Dance, Dance” (2005)

From Under the Cork Tree‘s second single, “Dance, Dance,” has racked up an impressive 148m views on YouTube, outperforming the rest of the band’s sophomore album. One of Fall Out Boy’s most iconic songs, it capitalized on the success of their previous single, “Sugar, We’re Going Down,” which was their first song to crack the top ten. From the immediately-recognizable plucky bass to Stump’s falsetto notes, this song will always get us dance, dancing.


“Thnks fr th Mmrs” (2007)

With a cast of chimpanzees and a cameo from Kim Kardashian, this video is definitely memorable! Clocking in at 175m views, “Thnks fr th Mmrs” is the top performer from Infinity On High. If you’ve ever wondered about the song’s name, there’s a fun story behind it. Fall Out Boy’s love of lengthy song titles is now a well-known and accepted choice, but their record company once asked them to work on shortening them — hence the disemvoweled title.


“I Don’t Care” (2008)

With its anthemic riff — an interpolation of Norman Greenbaum’s 1969 hit “Spirit in the Sky” — Fall Out Boy’s “I Don’t Care” is boisterous and attention-grabbing. The biggest YouTube hit from Folie à Deux at 88m views, Stump has called the lyrics “empty,” saying he wanted the song to “point out superficiality.” The ironic call-and-response section was designed to be vacuous, but it is irresistible to sing along to. The video itself is a must-watch for its cameos alone — if you thought Kim Kardashian was a good get for the “Thnks fr the Mmrs” video, “I Don’t Care” boasts even more fun surprises.


“My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up)” (2013)

After their hiatus, Fall Out Boy came back to us in 2013 with a noble goal: they wanted to Save Rock and Roll. This era of their career also saw them produce The Young Blood Chronicles, a visual accompaniment to the Save Rock and Roll album. The eleven-part series began with the video for “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up),” which has racked up an impressive 197m hits. This song definitely lit things up for us, but did it light ’em up for you?


“Centuries” (2014)

As the lead single from American Beauty/American Psycho, the video for “Centuries” has managed to drum up an astonishing 427m views, far surpassing the rest of the album. The earworm of an intro is borrowed from “Tom’s Diner” by Suzanne Vega, featuring DNA, and was re-recorded for this song by Lolo. Shot in Kingston, Ontario, at the Fort Henry National Historic Site, the video sees the band enter the gladiator arena. It’s a no-brainer that the fight scenes required stunt doubles, but what might surprise you is that bassist Pete Wentz’s double was actually Marvel star Simu Liu!


“The Last of the Real Ones” (2017)

The third single from Mania, “The Last of the Real Ones” is, per Wentz, “the closest thing to a love song” they’ve made, though he admits it’s still “twisted.” While the 36m hits it’s had back up that the video is a fascinating, morbid trip, we couldn’t help but share the incredible live version Fall Out Boy performed for us in the SiriusXM studio back in 2018. Patrick Stump’s vocals never fail to impress us — and you know it’s serious when he has to take his glasses off!


Bonus: “Love From The Other Side” (2023)

It’s too early to say if this will be the biggest single from So Much (for) Stardust, but it’s already been a huge hit in our hearts! Framed as a bedtime story, the video sees an aged Wentz recounting the epic tale of Fall Out Boy escaping their town to see the world. It features a trip to Emo Island, a pair of exploding heads, and a whole bookshelf full of incredible puns. Also, you might spot that guitarist Joe Trohman — currently taking a temporary break from the band to prioritize his mental health — conveniently turns into a guitar-shredding raccoon for the duration of the video. You know, normal Fall Out Boy stuff. Isn’t it good to have them back?

While we all wait impatiently for So Much (for) Stardust to arrive, check out Alt Nation (Ch. 36) and The 10s Spot (Ch. 11) for some similar vibes. We’ve also got Patrick Stump giving us an awesome live rendition of Ariana Grande’s “No Tears Left To Cry,” as well as an exclusive performance of “Sugar We’re Goin’ Down” live from the SiriusXM studio.