Ahead of the election in November, the band will be sharing why it's so important to get out and vote.
iHeartMedia have launched a new campaign called 'Why I'm Voting', set to encourage people to vote in the upcoming US election.
It will involve short campaign slots playing across 850 of the radio stations under the iHeart name sharing their answer to the question “Why am I voting?”
Alongside the likes of Billie Eilish and Imagine Dragons' Dan Reynolds, Fall Out Boy will also be featuring and letting you know why it's so important to show up in November.
iHeartMedia president of entertainment enterprises John Sykes had this to say:
“With voter turnout expected to hit record numbers on Election Day, ‘Why I’m Voting’ presents a rare opportunity for people of all backgrounds and beliefs to have their voices heard by millions of their fellow Americans before we cast our votes in November".
You can find out more, and even submit your own audio clip of why you're voting right HERE
The band also recently signed an open letter alongside the likes of Panic! At The Disco, Linkin Park and Green Day, to demand that political candidates get consent before using their music in their campaigns.
It comes after Donald Trump walked out at his rally in Phoenix, Arizona to Panic! At The Disco's 'High Hopes' and a cover of Linkin Park's In The End' was used on a video posted by the White House social media director.