“When you have kids, you have to take into account that they’re real people and need to see their parents, and you’ve got to figure out how to make that lifestyle work,” the Fall Out Boy rocker, whose new album, American Beauty/American Psycho drops Tuesday, tells PEOPLE.
“There are cribs backstage now; they’re Pack ‘n Plays, actually,” the bassist, 35, says with a laugh. “My family’s pretty nomadic. We’re able to move around, and that’s the only life that my kids have grown up with, so I think it’s somewhat normal. It’s pretty fun. There’s nothing like a bus to put a kid to sleep: It’s really dark, and the engine’s really loud.”