Fall Out Boy Reveals Demi Lovato Duet, 2016 Tour

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Patrick Stump, Demi Lovato and Pete Wentz.

They've re-recorded their song "Irresistible" with Demi Lovato on vocals, and will release it as their next single this Friday.

Well here’s one we didn’t see coming -- Fall Out Boy has re-recorded its American Beauty/American Psycho song “Irresistible” with Demi Lovato, and will release it is a single this Friday (Oct. 16). 

The track first appeared in Jan. 2015, leading off the band’s sixth studio album with Patrick Stump manning vocal duty. Now with Lovato in tow, the album’s latest single will look to follow on the chart success of “Centuries” and “Uma Thurman.”

“I think Demi Lovato has one of the most powerful voices today,” bassist Pete Wentz wrote on his blog. “So we worked through an afternoon and she just got it. Excited for you guys to hear this new version of the song on Friday.”

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But that’s not all the Fall Out Boy news we have. As the quartet continues to promote its 2015 album American Beauty/American Psycho, they’ll sail out on tour with Awolnation (get it?) and Pvris on Feb. 25. The 20-date North American tour -- titled Wintour Is Coming -- kicks off in San Juan, Puerto Rico and wraps March 26 in Irvine, Cal. 

Previously, Fall Out Boy toured North America with Wiz Khalifa behind the album. 

In the same blog post, Wentz hinted this could be the end of the American Beauty/American Psycho album cycle:

“Wintour is coming. This will end the story.” 

Here are the Wintour Is Coming dates:

Feb. 25: San Juan, Puerto Rico (Coliseo De Puerto Rico – Jose Miguel Agrelot)
Feb. 26: Hollywood, FL (Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino)
March 1: Charleston, SC (North Charleston Coliseum)
March 2: Charlottesville, VA (John Paul Jones Arena)
March 4: New York, NY (Madison Square Garden)
March 5: Mashantucket, CT (Foxwoods Resort Casino)
March 6: Syracuse, NY (War Memorial Arena at The Oncenter)
March 8: Grand Rapids, MI (Van Andel Arena)
March 9: Dayton, OH (Wright State University Nutter Center)
March 10: Louisville, KY (KFC Yum! Center)
March 12: Chicago, IL (United Center)
March 14: Des Moines, IA (Wells Fargo Arena)
March 17: Birmingham, AL (BJCC Arena)
March 18: Memphis, TN (FedEx Forum)
March 19: New Orleans, LA (Smoothie King Center)
March 20: San Antonio, TX (Freeman Coliseum)
March 22: Wichita, KS (Intrust Bank Arena)
March 23: Colorado Springs, CO (Broadmoor World Arena)
March 25: Phoenix, AZ (Talking Stick Resort Arena)
March 26: Irvine, CA (Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre)