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“Uma Thurman” Set as Fall Out Boy’s New Pop Single; Impacts on 3/31

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Prepare to dance like “Uma Thurman.” Republic confirmed Monday that the buzzworthy tune from Fall Out Boy’s chart-topping “American Beauty/American Psycho” will serve as an official single at pop radio.

Already in motion at alternative, “Uma Thurman” is scheduled to formally impact pop on March 31. A hot adult contemporary push is also forthcoming.

The second official single from “American Beauty/American Psycho,” “Uma Thurman” serves as the follow-up to the band’s smash hit “Centuries.”

That song, which reached on the top ten on the all-encompassing Billboard Hot 100, peaked inside the top 5 at alternative radio and top 15 at pop radio. It is currently #9–and potentially rising–at hot adult contemporary.

Written by Brian Cantor

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