Listen to Fall Out Boy's 'Save Rock & Roll' Album Now

Rockers stream comeback effort ahead of April 16th release

Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy performs in Houston, Texas.
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April 8, 2013 12:10 PM ET

Fall Out Boy are giving fans an early treat by streaming their upcoming album, Save Rock & Roll, a week early. The rockers, who had been gradually posting songs on Soundcloud, uploaded a flurry of new tracks last night, revealing each song on the new record. Fall Out Boy had some noteworthy help on Save Rock & Roll, collaborating with Big Sean, Foxes, Elton John and Courtney Love.

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Save Rock & Roll is set for release April 16th in the U.S. (and the day before elsewhere). Fall Out Boy are also set to tour this fall, starting September 5th at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut. They'll be on the road through September 29th, when they'll play the University of South Florida's Sun Dome in Tampa. Check out "Save Rock & Roll" featuring Elton John below, and visit Fall Out Boy's Soundcloud page for all the album's tracks.

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