Fall Out Boy's new tour shows the band are as fresh as ever

After 5 years since the less-successful Mania album, Fall Out Boy have come back on form with this year's outstanding 'So Much (For) Stardust' album and its sold out tour that wowed Fans at the O2 Arena

With the crowd having being warmed up by support band PVRIS, as the time approached for Fall Out Boy, the crowd were left in anticipation of their arrival on stage as the PA system played their updated version of Billy Joel's 'We Didn't Start The Fire.' Finally, Fall Out Boy arrived on stage to the opening bars of 'Love From The Other Side from their latest album.

The concert then got underway with their upbeat songs like 'The Phoenix' followed by 'Sugar, We're Goin Down' that kept the audience jumping and singing (thanks to their catchy lyrics) but what really got the audience intrigued was the impressive set design that featured a moving dog and Pete transporting across the stadium to surprise fans who were treated with a closer view of the bassist.

But what really made the concert special was the slowed piano sequence by Patrick who showed his incredible vocals to a Queen 'Don't Stop Me Now' cover- a moment which saw the shy lead singer in the spotlight. 

Finally, to wrap up the concert, Fall Out Boy played their best hits like 'Centuries' and 'Saturday' aswell as debuting 'What A Time To Be Alive' that really made the night special