Deux is the fifth studio album for the band, Fall Out Boy and it is the follow up to their 2007 album, Infinity on High. Folie A Deux was produced by Neal Avron at The Pass Studios in Los Angeles. For the album, Fall Out Boy spearheaded a politically charged group that unveiled cryptic "Big Brother" type messages in order to support and ignite a democratic process. Impressively, the creative album roll-out garnered over one million impressions in just one week online across literally hundreds of websites. Universal.
"But it's certainly no delusion that he and the rest of Fall Out Boy display more depth here than they ever have before." -- Hartford Courant
"Vocalist Patrick Stump continues to be one of the sharpest, smoothest vocalists in the game" -- Fort Worth Star Telegram
"Fall Out Boy conquered a segment of the world with pop songs that everyone can shout in their cars, and the band should be applauded for wanting more out of their music as they mature" -- Chicago Tribune
"Mr. Stump's vocals are the soul of the band. He's able to sustain unusually rich timbres on very high notes. It's the sort of effect typically added by studio technicians in post-production, but Mr. Stump comes by it honestly." -- Washington Times
"Wentz may be the face of Fall Out Boy, but Stump is the band's not-so-secret weapon, and together, they're fast becoming one of the slickest, most formidable tag teams in modern rock." -- Detroit News