What’s Fall Out Boy teasing with “overcast on the horizon” tweet?

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Fall Out Boy‘s new album, So Much (for) Stardust, has officially been announced, but that doesn’t mean the mysterious teasers are over.

The “Sugar, We’re Goin Down” outfit hinted at more news coming in a tweet Monday: “Things are looking overcast on the horizon. Check back tomorrow to see if weather conditions improve.” The post also includes an image of a white umbrella against a black background.

As for what exactly that means, fans in the replies have offered a couple theories. One is the return of Fall Out Boy’s fan club, which was called the Overcast Kids, while another is some kind of collaboration with Bring Me the Horizon. Not only does Fall Out Boy’s tweet pointedly use the word “horizon,” but the accompanying image is quite similar to the cover of BMTH’s 2015 album, That’s the Spirit, which also features a white umbrella against a black background.

Adding credence to the Bring Me the Horizon theory is that frontman Oli Sykes received one of the seashells Fall Out Boy sent out in the mail leading up to the So Much (for) Stardust reveal.

Stay tuned Tuesday to see if all is revealed.

Along with whatever is on the “horizon,” Fall Out Boy has been teasing a tour announcement.

So Much (for) Stardust arrives March 24, and includes the singles “Love from the Other Side” and “Heartbreak Feels So Good.”

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