Patrick Stump

GRAMMY® Award-nominated musician Patrick Stump is songwriter and composer for “Marvel’s Spidey and his Amazing Friends,” the first-full-length Marvel series for preschoolers. He also wrote and performed the series’ theme song.

Best known as the lead singer and multiple instrumentalist for the multiplatinum-selling GRAMMY Award-nominated rock band Fall Out Boy, Stump is the primary composer for many of their hit songs. To date, the band has released seven albums—four of which have debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 chart, and all of them certified multiplatinum, platinum or gold by the RIAA. This July, Fall Out Boy will embark on “THE HELLA MEGA TOUR” across the U.S., Europe and the U.K. alongside Green Day and Weezer, which marks the first time these three bands have been out on the road together.

In addition to his work with Fall Out Boy, Stump has collaborated with a wide range of artists, including Elton John, Jay-Z, Taylor Swift and Bruno Mars.

He has also amassed notable film and television credits, including for the original song “Immortals,” which he co-wrote, produced and performed for Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Academy Award®-winning feature film “Big Hero 6.” Stump has written, produced and/or performed music for other film and television projects, including “The Lego Batman Movie,” “Pacific Rim: Uprising” and the Emmy® Award-winning “The Robot Chicken Christmas Special: X-Mas United.”

Stump’s scoring work includes “Gnome Alone,” “Spell,” “Changeland,” “Everybody’s Everything,” “I Want My MTV” and “The Banana Splits Movie.”

Hailing from Chicago, Illinois, Stump is a father and lifelong Marvel Comics and Spider-Man fan.