Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump has cleared up confusion over the band's status, insisting the group has not split for good.
The Dance, Dance hitmakers embarked on a hiatus last year (10) and bassist Pete Wentz later hinted the separation had become permanent, writing in a post on his Twitter page, "A hiatus is forever until you get lonely or old. I don't plan on either."
The rockers all took on other projects, with Wentz forming a new band the Black Cards and Stump launching a solo career, but the singer is adamant Fall Out Boy has not split - they are just on a break.
He tells U.S. radio programme The Gunz Show, "Fall Out Boy never broke up. That never happened. We really need a sarcasm font on the internet. We never had that conversation. A lot of kids would come up to me and say 'It really sucks you guys broke up'. I'm like, 'Man, unless you know something I don't...'
"We just went on (a) break, you know, whatever. I just wanted to clear that up."
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