Rockers Fall Out Boy are reconsidering releasing their new album, Folie a Deux, on election day in America - because they fear many critics will see it as little more than a sales "gimmick".
In a post on the band's official website, the group suggests it might delay the album, which is scheduled to hit stores on 4 November (05), so the release date doesn't clash with the general election.
The band states, "Six months ago we thought it would be a fun idea to release our album on election day but this is not the election to be cute.
"We felt as though, rather than making a commentary, we were only riding the wave of the election. This seemed less and less like what we intended to do and more of a gimmick.
"It is now in the hands of our label to give us a new release date. It is our intent to get our record out this year and as soon as possible."