Tyson Ritter of The All-American Rejects is currently working on a new solo album. He has assured fans that this does not mean AAR is ending.
The All-American Rejects have released a behind the scenes documentary about the making of their recent short film “Sweat.”
The All-American Rejects performed “Sweat” on Seth Meyers last night.
Dashboard Confessional has covered The All-American Rejects’ “Move Along,” and The All-American Rejects have covered Dashboard Confessional’s “Hands Down.” You can stream both of the songs below via Consequence of Sound.
Tyson from The All-American Rejects performed “Swing Swing” at an LA Emo Nite with a string quartet.
The All-American Rejects have released an 11 minute video for “Sweat.”
The All-American Rejects have debuted their two new songs on a Spotify playlist.
The All-American Rejects and Dashboard Confessional are doing some kind of cover song swap for their upcoming tour together.
The All-American Rejects are teasing a new single called “Sweat.” Lead singer Tyson Ritter sat down with Billboard to talk about the band’s upcoming album and what’s next for the band:
That’s all about to change. A pair of new songs — “Sweat” and “Close Your Eyes” — are due July 7, with their fifth full-length looming in the fall. We hopped on the phone with Ritter to get all the details: the benefits of pressing pause and ignoring outside pressures on your art, learning to love writing again, and returning to the project you’ve been wielding since adolescence.
It’s not going to be the same Rejects record because it never is, if you’ve listened to one of our records. This time, to me, the visual offering is so important. The last five years of learning my craft as an actor and really developing that side of being a visual artist in that way has made me realize how important that really is — to put the eyes to the ears. This is going to be more of a visual experience. This record is going to be about your eyes and the headphones.
Tyson Ritter from The All-American Rejects is tweeting about being in the studio recording.
Guitarist Mike Kennerty chats about the different cohesion behind The All-American Rejects’ fourth record Kids in the Street, having to restart things with every release, and maintaining passion for music.