Patrick Stumph is a composer for film and TV as well as the GRAMMY-nominated lead vocalist and multi-instrumentalist of multi-platinum selling alternative rock act, Fall Out Boy. Hailing from Chicago, Stumph has been the primary composer for many of the band’s hit songs, leading them become one of rock music’s biggest-selling acts.
With Fall Out Boy he has released 7 albums, 3 of which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 chart and all of which have been certified either platinum, multi-platinum, or gold. Their sixth studio album AMERICAN BEAUTY/AMERICAN PSYCHO peaked at #1 on iTunes in more than 22 countries. The album generated 4x platinum selling lead single “Centuries” and platinum single, “Uma Thurman,” proved to be a cross-genre hit charting at Top 5 at Adult Top 40, Top 10 at Pop radio, Top 25 Alternative radio and on Billboard’s Hot 100, Hot Rock, Top 40, AC charts and more. Their most recent album was 2018’s Grammy Nominated MANIA. As a member of Fall Out Boy Stumph has appeared on the cover of various publications such as Rolling Stone, Billboard, and performed on such television shows as Saturday Night Live, The Today Show, America’s Got Talent, The Voice, and many more. As producer, writer, and performer Stumph has worked with a wide range of artists including Elton John, Jay-Z, Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars.
His work in film and TV includes the original song “Immortals,” which he co-wrote, performed, and produced for the Oscar-winning Disney animated film “Big Hero 6.” He has produced, written, and/or performed music in projects such as “LEGO Batman,” (as the singing voice of Batman), “Pacific Rim: Uprising,” and the Emmy Award-winning Robot Chicken Christmas Special. His scoring work includes the 2017 Netflix Original animated film “Gnome Alone,” Crush Picture’s suspense thriller “Spell,” Seth Green’s directorial debut “Changeland,” the SXSW-premiered hip-hop documentary “Everybody’s Everything,” and the Tribeca-premiered A&E documentary “I Want My MTV.” His most recent project is the upcoming Warner Brothers/Blue Ribbon horror film “Banana Splits.”