Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump Teases His “Amazing” New Music, Dropping Today (Exclusive)

"When I have to write a song in character, it's just a whole different thing," Stump shares of his work on 'Spidey and His Amazing Friends'

<p>Matt Petit/Disney</p> Patrick Stump recording for

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Patrick Stump recording for 'Spidey and His Amazing Friends'

The Spidey crew can do it all — and so can Patrick Stump.

The musician is relishing in the difference between his work on Marvel's Disney+ series Spidey and His Amazing Friends and his work as a part of Fall Out Boy.

"It's totally different, I think, personally because there's a kind of fun to it," he tells PEOPLE exclusively of his work on the series, which includes scoring, crafting an album and even lending his talents as a voice actor in the show.

Stump, 40, shares, "I spend all day with these characters. So then when I have to write a song in character, it's just a whole different thing."

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The amount of time the "Sugar, We're Goin Down" creator spends with the show's characters has even spilled over into his life outside of work, with him noting that after being in character for a while, "I start to sound like him," something he defines as "method writing."

That came into play for the show's latest, a catchy number called "Do the Spidey," which will be featured in the upcoming new "Meet Spidey and his Amazing Friends" season 3 shorts premiering this month. That song and more are also on the new album, Marvel's Spidey and His Amazing Friends - Music From and Inspired By, out on June 14, which additionally boasts four unreleased demos written and performed by Stump.

"It's just a whole other thing where when you're writing a song for yourself, you're writing from your perspective, you're sharing your thoughts and feelings," he says of working as a member of Fall Out Boy.

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Conversely, with Spidey, Stump notes, "Writing in character is a completely different thing. So sometimes I'm writing from lyrically, it's really fun because it just spills out because you're like, 'Well, what would this character sing in this context?' "

The singer is able to hone in on his character work because he knows "there's only so many things they're going to say," which he says makes the work "really fun. I always love the challenge of being surprised by music."

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<p>Disney</p> Marvel's 'Spidey and His Amazing Friends'


Marvel's 'Spidey and His Amazing Friends'

"It's really hard to surprise yourself," he adds of his creative process. "And I find that it's the assignment of, ‘Okay, we need a song for this character in this episode.’ Just what would that sound like? What would that be? Is always so exciting to me. It's always so different than what I would come up with on my own."

Overall, the singer, who defines himself as a "pretty big comic book nerd," explains that "there was something really unique" that initially drew him to Spider-Man as a kid. As a result, he is "excited" to continue working on this series and "grateful" to have been tapped for his role by the show's creators.

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They "really took a chance on me, and I really owe them a lot for that," he says, calling his work on the series a "dream."

Spidey and His Amazing Friends is available to stream on Disney+ now.

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