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Magic 8 Ball, Will These FOB Songs Make The So Much For (Tour) Dust Setlist?

Magic 8 Ball, Will These FOB Songs Make The So Much For (Tour) Dust Setlist?

With night 1 of the So Much For (Tour) Dust tour over, we now have a better idea of the setlist. We’d like to thank Taylor Swift for the concept of a surprise song every night. The first surprise song of the tour was ‘G.I.N.A.S.F.S,’ one of the songs from the deluxe version of Infinity On High. It’s never been played until now.

As a side note, the song stands for “Gay Is Not A Synonym For Sh*tty,” which is now, fortunately, a normalized belief (as it should be.) But back in 2007, that wasn’t the case, so it was truly an important statement to make. So thank you, Fall Out Boy.

On the setlist, they marked it as “Magic 8 Ball,” which brings us to the question, which songs will make the So Much For (Tour) Dust setlist? And how many different songs will be played? With The Honey POP being massive FOB fans, we have quite a few ideas.


This one is a bonus song from Folie à Deux. Unfortunately, this masterpiece isn’t on any streaming platform, nor is there an official YouTube video for it. So you’ll have to look this one up once you’re done reading. With it never receiving the attention it rightfully deserves, the least they can do is play it live. Or, add it to streaming platforms. We’ll take whatever we can get.

‘It’s Hard To Say “I Do,” When I Don’t’

Like ‘G.I.N.A.S.F.S,’ this one is also from the deluxe edition of Infinity On High. And it’s never been played before. We just think this slow song would be a nice little breather for the crowd. Just kidding. We’d be singing at the top of our lungs.

The (Shipped) Gold Standard

Track 6 of Folie à Deux, one of the most beautiful songs off of the album. It’s never been played live. So, we just think that now’s (some of the dates we’re going to, specifically) is a fantastic time to play it.

‘Sending Postcards From A Plane Crash (Wish You Were Here)’

This song is from their debut album, Take This To Your Grave. Since they didn’t want to do a 10-year anniversary tour (we respect their decision), they could at least play this one, considering they never have before.
Correction: They have played it once on March 12, 2004. But our point remains.

‘From Now On We’re Enemies’

One of their previously unreleased songs from Believers Never Die – Greatest Hits. You know, the album we were metaphorically clutching to our hearts after they announced their hiatus.

‘Snitches And Talkers Get Stitches And Walkers’

Okay, yes. They’ve technically played this song from the deluxe edition of From Under The Cork Tree. But, they haven’t played it in sixteen (16) years. This song goes hard. Please, bring her back, Fall Out Boy. We are begging.

‘Music Or The Misery’

Same scenario as above. They haven’t played this one in eleven (11) years. Oooh, Fall Out Boy. You want to play this one sooo bad. ✨ 🔮

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‘So Much (For) Stardust’

You know, the title track of their newest album and what their tour name is based around. The beautiful song that made us cry. Maybe just a thought they should play it. /lh.

Regardless of whichever songs they play or don’t play, (Please, play ‘Pavlove’) we’ll be stoked to see them. Which songs are you hoping make the So Much For (Tour) Dust setlist? Let us know in the comments, on Facebook, Instagram, or by tweeting us @TheHoneyPOP! And if you haven’t gotten tickets yet, what are you waiting for? You can get them here.

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