Last summer, The All-American Rejects debuted a new song live on tour. “DGAF” is a fun, carefree song told “from the perspective of a 20-year-old privileged girl,” according to frontman Tyson Ritter. So far, fans can only enjoy the live version of the song. But a studio version should be available soon! According to Tyson, the band is working on the music video now, too.
Last month they were trying to find the right treatment for the video:
Update- currently beating my head against the wall patiently waiting for the right treatment for our music Vid for "DGAF". Stay strong
— Tyson Ritter (@tysonritter) November 12, 2016
Today, Tyson shared a preview of the vibe we can expect in the “DGAF” video:
Excited! Here's a couple stills from the look book of the VIBE for the DGAF video…. I can't wait. pic.twitter.com/nvXrPxHM28
— Tyson Ritter (@tysonritter) December 15, 2016
The All-American Rejects spent much of April, June, and July working on new music in the studio. Though fans anticipated a new album, Tyson has said the new music will actually come on a 5-6 song EP. Most likely, “DGAF” will appear on the new EP, coming early next year. Benny Cassette is producing.
Meanwhile, Tyson worked on “another tasty jam” with Benny in October. Is it for The All-American Rejects?
Going to lay down another tasty jam with mr @BENNYCASSETTE today. Excited about what's to come.
— Tyson Ritter (@tysonritter) October 27, 2016
In a few months, fans will get to hear the band’s new EP. We also have the “DGAF” music video to look forward to! While we wait, enjoy the Rejects’ latest song, “There’s A Place,” from the film Miss You Already. (Tyson’s in it!)
Stay up-to-date on all the band’s album updates here. Keep checking back here for all the latest All-American Reject music news.
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