Hits. All the hits.
Last week Fall Out Boy dropped their brand new single 'Dear Future Self (Hands Up)' featuring Wyclef Jean, and at the same time announced the release of their second 'Best Of' album - 'Believers Never Die, Volume Two'.
They're set to release 'Believers Never Die, Volume Two' on November 15 almost exactly 10 years after the release of the first iteration (genuinely, it's only two days away from being bang-on 10 years later), and over the weekend they shared the tracklisting for the upcoming release.
The songs that have made the cut on Fall Out Boy's upcoming album pick up where the previous one left off - chronicling the biggest moments of the band in their post-hiatus state.
Speaking of the Best Of with Zane Lowe on Beats 1, Pete shared "we did it like a greatest hits... It's weird to say that, but just like more like a greatest hits... It's so weird to say it though. It's a little bit more like a sampler plate. So that's what we'll wrap ['Dear Future Self'] into. Like kind of like a little like a sampler plate. Like you could go and you can be like, 'I'm a casual fan. What are the most popular dishes?'".
As well as featuring a lot of singles from 'Save Rock And Roll', 'American Beauty / American Psycho' and 'M A N I A', 'Believers Never Die, Volume Two' also includes another brand new track 'Bob Dylan'.
Check out the full tracklisting of 'Believers Never Die, Volume Two' below:
01. ‘My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)’
02. ‘The Phoenix’
03. ‘Alone Together’
04. ‘Young Volcanoes’
07. ‘Uma Thurman’
10. ‘The Last Of The Real Ones’
11. I’ve Been Waiting (with Lil Peep & iLoveMakonnen)
12. ‘Dear Future Self (Hands Up)’ feat. Wyclef Jean
13. ‘Bob Dylan’
so many memories on Greatest Hits: Believers Never Die - Volume 2. wanted to make it even more special & added an unreleased song called Bob Dylan along with Dear Future Self (Hands Up) for you too ❤️ https://t.co/0bjjwjCPy6 pic.twitter.com/7kRyaE9vYe— Fall Out Boy (@falloutboy) September 13, 2019
Check out Fall Out Boy's latest single 'Dear Future Self (Hands Up)' below: