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From Brittany Spanos's write-up:
At T5, the boys' performance mirrored that growth. The same desperate fervor they once carried as a badge on their sleeves in both sound and disposition on stage has become merely a comforting aura. Having seen them once before during the Folie à deux era, it was hard not to notice how less frantic their movements were while performing. Some moments, like the double-hand-lick-salute Wentz made famous in the "Sugar, We're Goin Down" music video (which had also repeatedly grossed out my grandma whenever I would play the video on our TV) felt like mere muscle memory and a brief nod to the past. They're older now. They don't need to be a frantic energy moving the audience because their name and songs alone do all the work for them. The fans stuck around, and that should and seemed to be enough security for Fall Out Boy.
Read More: Fall Out Boy - Terminal 5 - 5/29/2013
ALL PHOTOS BY JASON BERGMAN
Published on May 31, 2013