Fall Out Boy NEW song 2023: Release date confirmed after months of teasing?

NEW YORK - OCTOBER 11: (U.S. TABS OUT) (L to R) Pete Wentz, Patrick Stump, Joseph Trohman, and Andrew Hurley of Fall Out Boy pose for a photo backstage during MTV's Total Request Live at the MTV Times Square Studios October 11, 2005 in New York City. (Photo by Scott Gries/Getty Images)

After a long wait, Fall Out Boy has finally confirmed that they will return with a new single and possibly a new album in the near future; when will it be released?

Over the past few months, the pop rock band has teased their fans by sharing cryptic advertisements, mysterious postcards, and more, and now they’re ready to reveal when their next project will be released.

The group announced the title of their next single, “Love From The Other Side,” on their official Twitter account, which will be available for purchase and streaming on major music platforms beginning January 18.

To end their caption, the band teased the possibility of a new album being released this year by writing, “lots more to come soon.”

According to NME, the video featured vocals from frontman Patrick Stump singing the lyrics of their highly anticipated comeback track.

The lyrics goes:

“Sending my love from the other side of the apocalypse / And I’ve just about snapped / Don’t look back / Every lovers got a little dagger in their hand,”

Fall Out Boy hasn’t released a studio album in nearly five years. “Mania,” their previous project, was released in 2018.

The band’s most recent teaser involved sending seashells to unsuspecting fans and other musicians. According to the source, Oli Skyes of Bring Me The Horizon received one.

“Wtf what is this & why is it at my house,” the musician wrote on his official Instagram account. The pink and white seashell was accompanied by a letter that read, “Love from the other side.”

Following the mysterious item, fans received an e-mail titled “A Homeboy’s Life,” in which Fall Out Boy revealed that they had been “jamming ideas” that they couldn’t wait to share publicly.

Fans have also received postcards from “Pink Seashell Beach” that appear to contain lyrics from an unreleased song in recent months. They also launched a website called “Sending My Love From Seashell Beach” at the time.

The teasers first appeared in late November, with a mysterious advertisement in the November 26 issue of the Chicago Tribune. An entire page was black with white text reading “FOB 8” and the phrase “if you build it, they will come.”