Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump tells Billboard he still thinks the band’s platinum ‘Infinity on High’ still has life left in it. “I don’t really feel like we’re done with this one yet,” Stump tells Gary Graff. “I feel like it’s still in its cycle. There’s a lot of songs on it I’m really proud of. I don’t think we have one really monster hit on this record like ‘Sugar’, but there are a lot of really strong individual songs. If a song is effective enough it’ll work as a single, and I think we have a lot of effective songs that aren’t necessarily monsters.” ‘Infinity on High’, their fourth album, was released in February and has so far spawned four singles, the most successful being ‘This Ain’t a Scene, It’s an Arms Race’, which peaked at #2 on Billboard’s Hot 100 list. Read more.