Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump’s 2015 is already shaping up to be a good year.
The band is coming out with a new album in January, some tour dates worldwide have been announced, Stump’s wife welcomed a baby and he’s been chosen to fill a void at the judges’ table on The Sing-Off. Oh, and just last night, they performed on NBC’s hit singing competition show, The Voice. So what more could this Chicago guy ask for?
How about the chance to sing the National Anthem before one of your hometown teams’ games?
Stump did just that on Monday night before the Chicago Bears took on the New Orleans Saints, even though they did lose.
Check out Stump’s performance including “bombs bursting in air” below.
Fall Out Boy’s new album, American Beauty/American Psycho is due out on Jan. 20 through Island/DCD2. Pre-orders are currently available while the band recently revealed vinyl versions of the album will be available soon.