Slow Travel Berlin

Fall Out Boy

SLOW TRAVEL BERLIN Fall Out Boy, Bi Nuu, 9pm It has been a long four years since anyone’s heard anything about mainstream pop-punkers, Fall Out Boy, and there’s no better way to reintroduce themselves to the world of music than with a bang. Earlier this year, the four-piece announced its hiatus was over, and that a new album is due out in April. The name, Save Rock and Roll, is perhaps a reference to the fact that rock and roll is what the band members claim saved them in their earlier years. After its release, Fall Out Boy will hit the road on a six-week tour in support of what will be their fifth full-length. Currently, however, Fall Out Boy is on a promo tour that has the guys hitting up eight major cities in the United States, the UK, France, Germany, and Australia over the span of two months. Naturally, every single show is sold out, but luckily it’s not a reunion tour but rather a regrouping. So those of you too late to score a ticket this time around hopefully have many more years of touring to look forward to. Natalye Childress Bi Nuu, Im Schlesischen Tor, 10997 Berlin; 030 69 56 68 40; U: Schlesisches Tor; admission: returns only.

SLOW TRAVEL BERLIN
Fall Out Boy, Bi Nuu, 9pm

It has been a long four years since anyone’s heard anything about mainstream pop-punkers, Fall Out Boy, and there’s no better way to reintroduce themselves to the world of music than with a bang.

Earlier this year, the four-piece announced its hiatus was over, and that a new album is due out in April. The name, Save Rock and Roll, is perhaps a reference to the fact that rock and roll is what the band members claim saved them in their earlier years. After its release, Fall Out Boy will hit the road on a six-week tour in support of what will be their fifth full-length.

Currently, however, Fall Out Boy is on a promo tour that has the guys hitting up eight major cities in the United States, the UK, France, Germany, and Australia over the span of two months. Naturally, every single show is sold out, but luckily it’s not a reunion tour but rather a regrouping. So those of you too late to score a ticket this time around hopefully have many more years of touring to look forward to. Natalye Childress

Bi Nuu, Im Schlesischen Tor, 10997 Berlin; 030 69 56 68 40; U: Schlesisches Tor; admission: returns only.