Fall Out Boy released their latest album, ‘MANIA’, earlier this year. Since the emo band’s Warped Tour days in the mid-’00s, the musical landscape has changed, and so have they. Pete Wentz recently spoke with Rock Sound where he stated that there was one thing he would change about this album’s campaign. He was quoted saying: “The thing that I think was a big learning experience for us [was] there was a massive shift from terrestrial radio, and radio getting to decide ‘this is the single, and this is how it’s going to be worked’ into kids curating, and getting to decide the single themselves.“Because when we went in to this, we were like ‘I’m not really sure what the single is…’ and these radio programmers kept saying ‘Hold Me Tight [Or Don’t]’, but the kids were telling us ”Last Of The Real Ones’- this is the song we like. This is the song we love.” He emphasised that the band would “listen to the kids” in the future as “they just drive that anyway”. Wentz mentioned the fact that the release of this single was a big learning experience for the band and that it led to a successful transition. He also stated that the band is super interested in collaborating with hip-hop artists, Migos, in the future.