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Saturday, June 19, 2021

Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump Releases Spiderman Cartoon Theme Song

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Patrick Stump has released, possibly the coolest ever, kids cartoon theme song for the new Disney Spider-Man And His Amazing Friends. Check it out!

The new cartoon Spidey And His Amazing Friends is set to premiere this summer on Disney Junior. It will be the first Marvel show to be made for the Disney children’s channel, and there couldn’t have been a more perfect choice than Patrick Stump, a master at performing fun, catchy music with great hooks, to write the theme tune for the kid’s cartoon.

Creating the song was a big deal for Stump, “I came in with decades of being a Marvel nerd. But, I was like, well, this is probably going to be the first time a lot of kids of this generation are going to see an iteration of Spider-Man,” he recently told EW. “What does that mean? There’s so much history behind that.”

The multi-talented Fall Out Boy frontman has been working hard behind the scenes throughout COVID. With touring an impossible dream these past 18 months, Stump has been scoring music. A side-job he’s had for the past five years.

He recently revealed, in addition to writing and singing the theme song, Stump is also composing the score for Marvel’s Spidey and His Amazing Friends. This involves music not just for Spider-heroes Peter Parker, Miles Morales, and Gwen Stacy, but also other “amazing friends” like Hulk, Black Panther, and Ms. Marvel.

Stump calls scoring his ‘day job’ with past credits including 2017 ‘Gnome Alone soundtrack, 2019’s The Banana Splits Movie’ and 2020’s Spellsoundtrack.

Fall Out Boy have recently rescheduled the remaining dates of their Hella Mega Tour alongside Green Day and Weezer. The Europe and UK leg of the massive tour will now take place in the summer of 2022.

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