The fan-favourite demo could be about to see an official release.
Fall Out Boy fans, rejoice! If Pete Wentz' to-do list is anything to go by, the band have recorded a 'Lake Effect Kid' EP.
Taking to twitter, Pete Wentz posted a photo of his work in progress to-do list (which he's done at multiple points during the 'MANIA' era), which details "'Lake Effect Kid EP': Record And Design", with it crossed off... Leading fans to believe that the recording and design are complete.
For the uninitiated, 'Lake Effect Kid' is a demo, released by Fall Out Boy in 2008 through Pete's label Decaycance as a part of the band's 'CitizensFOB Mixtape: Welcome To The New Administration'. The release of the mixtape in 2008 was part of a viral marketing campaign, designed to build hype for the band's album 'Folie À Deux'.
It's a fan favourite, and has only ever existed in demo-form, and on YouTube. So the thought of an official, modern, professionally recorded and release version of 'Lake Effect Kid' is pretty bloody exciting.
Check out the demo version of 'Lake Effect Kid' below: