Fall Out Boy were front-and-centre of the emo scene of the mid-2000s, gaining a devoted following with their infectious brand of pop-punk. After a tumultuous decade, the band are now stronger than ever and winning new fans across the globe. Despite a stream of worldwide hits including `Sugar, We're Goin Down' and `Dance, Dance', internal fighting, health issues and the backlash against the emo scene threatened to destroy Fall Out Boy. Instead, they came back stronger with a new sound and discovered an even wider fan base. Fall Out Boy are still a commercial force to be reckoned with - their last album American Beauty/American Psycho was certified Gold in the US, UK and Australia in 2015. This is the first biography on the band and an in-depth account of their story, from its beginnings in Chicago, to worldwide fame, addictions and disillusionment with the music industry to their recent resurgence.