On March 18 the American pop punk band Fall Out Boy revealed the official album art work for their upcoming album, "Save Rock and Roll" on the band's website. The art work consists of two boys standing next to each other, one dressed in modern clothes and one dressed in a traditional monk outfit. You can view the official "Save Rock and Roll" album art work in the picture above.
About the album art work the band said, "When we were beginning the journey of making this record we wanted to find some inspirational images. We came across the punk and monk image on the Internet and it really solidified what we were trying to get across on the record- the idea of old and new clashing. tradition and change coming together."
Fall Out Boy's upcoming fifth studio album, "Save Rock and Roll" is set to be released on April 15 via Island Records. The lead single from the album is "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up)" which you can listen to here. They recently performed the lead single on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" and you can watch that performance here.
In the summer of 2013 the band will be touring in support of the album and you can view all tour dates here. What do you think about Fall Out Boy's official "Save Rock and Roll" album art work? Let me know in the comments below or on our Facebook page.