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MOD SUN can’t help but smile when he recalls an early Fall Out Boy show in 2003 at the Quest’s Ascot Room in Minneapolis. The artist still vividly remembers the moment a Take This To Your Grave-era Patrick Stump started belting an a cappella version of “Grand Theft Autumn / Where Is Your Boy.” How could he not, though? He was front row as a ninth grader, singing it with the band.
“They stopped the song,” MOD SUN says. “Pete Wentz, Joe [Trohman] and Patrick come up to me and go, ‘How do you know this song?’ That’s legitimately how brand new they were at that point that night.”
MOD SUN considers himself a “scene kid” in every sense—from spending hours on end practicing Travis Barker’s drum fills to shopping around for Diesel jeans to getting Coheed And Cambria and Jimmy Eat World lyrics tattooed on each arm as his first ink. As he enters a new era of his career, one that he hopes further highlights his skills behind the kit, he thinks the music will start revealing more of those early influences. And he thinks it’ll help fans truly “feel his energy” this time.
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