Fall Out Boy guitarist Joe Trohman parted ways with the band ahead of the album's recent release.

Fall Out Boy is at it again. On Wednesday (January 18), the pop punk organization announced their eighth studio album, So much (For) Stardust

The band, which includes singles Patrick Stump, Pete Wentz, Joe Trohman and Andy Hurley, revealed the name of the album and its release date via Instagram

“‘Time is luck. End any other tour. You reproduce, but not as a jewel in the sun, but as a 12-month look inside yourself in any other flat bathroom,"

“Sometimes you have to blow away all that has been and put the returned portions together in a new form. The same but different

the muse dynamited and the dust used to create the concrete pour. I tend to feel a little sad whenever I think of something.

The organization captioned the post, which also featured the album cover featuring a dog trying to eat bubbles: "New album so much (for) Stardust

The album announcement also came with the LP's first single, "Love From the Alternative Side", and its fairytale-themed music video.

"Sending my love from the other side of the apocalypse/ and that I almost broke/ Don't look again/ each lover received a little dagger from his hand

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