The very multi-talented Patrick Stump recently revealed that he has scored the brand new film 'SPELL', which premiered this past Saturday at the Los Angeles Film Festival.
In a short video Patrick explains how he scored the film, alongside the writer and star 'SPELL' Barak Hardley.
Check out the video below:
Patrick also recently spoke on the subject of scoring 'SPELL' that he won't be looking to release a follow up to his solo album 'Soul Punk' any time soon, sharing "I sing in 'SPELL' and I sing a little bit in 'Changeland', so I kind of get it out in those contexts. I have Fall Out Boy and I’m really proud of Soul Punk for what it was. I’ve said stuff like this before and I mean it- I don’t ever want to ruin something just for the fun of doing it. I wouldn’t put out another solo record unless I had something I really, really needed to say. Whereas film, they need the music. So there’s that need you fill. It’s really rewarding to help someone tell their story."
If you're based in Los Angeles and want to see 'SPELL', Fall Out Boy are giving away tickets to a special screening and Q&A with Patrick! See below for details.
LA peeps, want to see SPELL in person? Got 5 pairs of tickets for Thursday’s screening (followed by a q&a w/ @patrickstump) to giveaway. Comment below with #SPELLMovie & why you should go winners will be contacted tomorrow.