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Fall Out Boy lead singer and guitarist Patrick Stump has been readying his solo album for awhile, and now we have the first listen of what he’s been working on. The track is called ‘Cute Girls’ and is featured on his EP ‘Truant Wave,’ which hits iTunes on February 22nd.

The new track is a far cry from Fall Out Boy’s pop punk sound. In fact, ‘Cute Girls’ is an odd mixture of R&B, electronic pop and guitar riffs and features Stump singing like a cross between Michael Jackson and Prince.

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The song was written and produced with Om’Mas Keith, an L.A. artist who appeared on Diddy’s Making the Band. ‘I think Om’Mas Keith is a damn genius,’ Stump told SPIN magazine. ‘We wrote this song together. It’s loosely about the objectification of women in modern pop culture.’

Stump will release a full length album this summer, but for now check out his new sound on ‘Cute Girls’ and let us know what you think in the comment section.

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Patrick Stump readies his solo release with new single, ‘Cute Girls.’

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Patrick Stump readies his solo release with new single, ‘Cute Girls.’

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Patrick Stump readies his solo release with new single, ‘Cute Girls.’

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Patrick Stump readies his solo release with new single, ‘Cute Girls.’

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