When you’re a band with a well-known baseball team and an iconic sports venue in your hometown, it might be kind of dream to be able to play the venue for that team, right?
Well, Fall Out Boy were given a chance to do just that over the weekend.
The Chicago boys helped kick off the 2015 Major League Baseball season yesterday afternoon live from Wrigley Field. According to a press statement which was released the week before, they were scheduled to play several songs including “Uma Thurman,” “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light ’em Up)” and “Centuries” live on the field before the opening night game.
As of now, the only footage we’ve managed to get is of their performances of “Centuries” which can be seen below.
Side note: if you happen to catch a glimpse of drummer Andy Hurley and his kind of upset face during the video, don’t worry. Some are saying (jokingly) that he was upset because he had to wear a shirt during the performance. If you’ve seen Fall Out Boy live before, you know how much Andy hates wearing shirts.
Fall Out Boy recently made news when it was revealed that they would be helping induct Green Day into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame later this month.