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Fall Out Boy Treat UK Fans To Pizza At Gig

Written by Mike Hohnen on February 26, 2013

UK fans of Fall Out Boy who braved the freezing cold elements to make it to a recent show were rewarded well for their efforts. According to the twitterverse (as well as Contact Music) fans who had camped outside of the venues for hours prior to showtime were treated with some pizza, which was shouted by the band.

This was the first time the band have been in the UK since their hiatus in 2009, so for the fans who had been waiting all those years there was no choice but to brave the weather to ensure themselves of some kick-ass sets at the Camden venue.

The ‘Za would not only have filled them up, but would probably suffice as an apology for three years of inactivity from the band, but you’d be hard-pressed to find a disgruntled Fall Out Boy fan these days with the band coming back and coming back hard.

Already the album has been announced, with its release date brought forward to accommodate the wishes of the salivating masses. The band will be in town super soon, with dates for the end of March.

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