Fall Out Boy fans might want to set another alarm this week.
Just minutes after the band’s surprise, tickets went on sale for their next “incredibly rare” performance at the Metro, the band confirmed that the show was sold out.
But it’s not all bad news for Fall Out Boy fans.
“Bad news for some, the Metro show is SOLD OUT,” the band tweeted just hours after the show was announced. “Heartbreak Feels So Good” will be released on the 25th at 10am ET / 9am CT / 7am PT. “
The band also shared a clip of the music video for “Heartbreak Feels So Good” on Twitter, which appears to show actress Nicole Kidman sitting alone in an empty theater.
“For some reason,” Kidman can be heard looking up at the big screen and saying, “Heartbreak feels good in a place like this.”
According to the tweet, the song will be released at 9am Wednesday, about 12 hours before the band’s surprise show at the Metro, as part of the venue’s 40th anniversary celebrations.
“Metro veteran and hometown hero fall out boy Make a spectacular return to our stage for an incredibly rare club performance this Wednesday in honor of the second half of Metro’s 40th anniversary,” the venue posted on Facebook earlier this week. .
tickets Restricted to 18+, fans were given a two-ticket limit.
As the band gears up for the release of their first album in years, it remains unclear whether guitarist Joe Troman will join the hometown show.
Performance news coming from Fall Out Boy in less than a week Posted a note from Troman He said he was “taking a break” due to his “rapidly deteriorating” mental health.
“Neil Young once said out loud that it’s better to burn out than to fade away. But I can definitely say that burning out is a terrible thing,” Troman wrote to a fan. “Without going into all the details, I have to reveal that my mental health has deteriorated rapidly over the last few years. So, in order to let it fade away and never come back, unfortunately Fall I will be taking time off from work, including being away from Out Boy, due to a spell.”
Troman has admitted that he “absolutely” plans to “return to the fold”, but the length of his absence is unknown.
“It’s a very hard decision to make, especially when I release a new album that fills me with great pride (the sin I’m most proud of),” he wrote. “So the question remains: Will I be able to return to the fold? 100 percent absolutely. In the meantime, I have to recover. That means putting yourself and your mental health first.” I would like to thank everyone, including my bandmates and family.” We understand and respect this difficult but necessary decision.” ”
Last week, the band released a new music video for “Love From the Other Side” from their forthcoming album, So Much (For) Stardust, out March 24.