The excitement for Fall Out Boy’s forthcoming Australian and New Zealand tour has kicked into overdrive with confirmation that The All-American Rejects and Hey Monday will open all shows on the tour this February.
The All-American Rejects’ return will be their first to Australia since 2006’s sold out headline tour, and their first to New Zealand since their maiden voyage in 2005. The All-American Rejects shot to prominence following the release of their debut album and rocking single ‘Swing Swing’, however it was the release of the infectious Move Along record that saw the boys explode to a new level.
The All-American Rejects will return to Australia and New Zealand in support of their highly anticipated third album When the World Comes Down (released January 10 through Universal Music). With the album already spawning the monster single ‘Gives You Hell’, there’s no doubt The All-American Rejects’ star will be on the rise in 2009 . . . just in time to head Down Under.
Hey Monday will warm the stage as they tear through tracks from their debut album Hold on Tight. Signed to Pete Wentz’s Decaydence stable, Hey Monday sit amongst some of today’s finest bands including Fall Out Boy, Panic At The Disco and Gym Class Heroes. With a firecracker front-woman, and a plethora of catchy tunes, Hey Monday will leave you wanting more.
Tickets to Fall Out Boy’s forthcoming tour are selling fast. The addition of The All-American Rejects and Hey Monday is set to make tickets sell that much faster. Secure yours now to avoid disappointment.