×
Rhapsody App for
Rhapsody International Inc.

Listen to

Truant Wave EP

by Patrick Stump

Truant Wave EP by Patrick Stump

Listen to

Truant Wave EP

by Patrick Stump

Play on Rhapsody
Released:
Label: Nervous Breakdance Media
Pete Wentz may have gotten the publicity, but it was Patrick Stump's soulful suburban angst that made Fall Out Boy's punk-pop pathos so palatable. On his first solo venture, the former FOB vocalist heads straight for the blue-eyed funk. Truant Wave rocks it JT-style, coaxing, seducing, even grandstanding in a resonant tenor -- only Stump's got a more impressive belt than Justin ever did, one that even verges on MJ (see "Cute Girls"). Even more impressive is the production: synthy sheens, Princely grooves, oddball details (like the bells on "Porcelain"), even a drum solo that isn't annoying!

About This Album

Pete Wentz may have gotten the publicity, but it was Patrick Stump's soulful suburban angst that made Fall Out Boy's punk-pop pathos so palatable. On his first solo venture, the former FOB vocalist heads straight for the blue-eyed funk. Truant Wave rocks it JT-style, coaxing, seducing, even grandstanding in a resonant tenor -- only Stump's got a more impressive belt than Justin ever did, one that even verges on MJ (see "Cute Girls"). Even more impressive is the production: synthy sheens, Princely grooves, oddball details (like the bells on "Porcelain"), even a drum solo that isn't annoying!

Songs

About This Album

Pete Wentz may have gotten the publicity, but it was Patrick Stump's soulful suburban angst that made Fall Out Boy's punk-pop pathos so palatable. On his first solo venture, the former FOB vocalist heads straight for the blue-eyed funk. Truant Wave rocks it JT-style, coaxing, seducing, even grandstanding in a resonant tenor -- only Stump's got a more impressive belt than Justin ever did, one that even verges on MJ (see "Cute Girls"). Even more impressive is the production: synthy sheens, Princely grooves, oddball details (like the bells on "Porcelain"), even a drum solo that isn't annoying!

Latest albums by Patrick Stump