Fall Out Boy, Martin Garrix, Macklemore
[Photos via: Martin Garrix/Spotify, Macklemore/Spotify]

After days of teasing, Fall Out Boy and Patrick Stump have finally shared the highly-anticipated summer collab with Macklemore and Martin Garrix. The song dropped this morning at 8 a.m. EST.

Given the nature of the teasers, “Summer Days” came accompanied by a lyric video, complete with a collage-like graphics.

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Stump’s part follows Macklemore’s verses, giving the bridge a special melodic force.

You can watch the lyric video for the brand-new song below.

With the song’s release, fans have already begun to share their thoughts about the new track. Additionally, some are just plain stoked that Stump’s Twitter has been active for two days. You can check out what fans have to say below.

The release comes after Fall Out Boy dropped a cryptic summertime teaser that has sent fans into a joyous panic.

Many fans concluded it was the collab with Macklemore and Garrix, and they were correct.

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In other Fall Out Boy-related news, the band recently collaborated with ILoveMakonnento bring Lil Peep‘s song “I’ve Been Waiting” to life.

One of Lil Peep’s final collaborations before passing away in November 2017, the track is the latest content to come out of Peep’s camp following his “16 Lines” video. You can watch that below.

What do you think about the latest collab? Let us know in the comments below.

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