After months of recording, the All-American Rejects are finally ready to share some new music with their fans! Last night at a concert in San Diego, the band debuted a new song called “DGAF.” The new single is not yet available in studio quality, but it should be released soon. The All-American Rejects have been recording for most of the year, and a new album – or EP – should be coming out in the next few months.
“DGAF” has a loose piano-driven sound. It’s reminiscent of the band’s 2008 single, “What The Hell,” and both have distinctly tongue-in-cheek lyrics. “DGAF” talks about forgetting your problems and free-fall with pills, drinks, and friends. You can hear the Rejects’ debut performance of the song below:
Frontman Tyson Ritter had previously hyped up the single on Twitter. He announced that the Rejects would be playing “DGAF” in San Diego that Thursday:
1 day until we announce the new Rejects Single title AND play it live for 20,000 people. Get it ready fam
— Tyson Ritter (@tysonritter) July 20, 2016
— Tyson Ritter (@tysonritter) July 21, 2016
The All-American Rejects will continue to perform the song at future shows they play this summer. They are currently on tour with Blink-182. Head over to their website to check out tour dates and snag some tickets. “DGAF” should be released in studio quality in the next few weeks. The band has been recording music since this spring, and will release a new album later this year or early in 2017. While we await more news, be sure to read up on all we do know about the new music. Keep checking back here for all the latest All-American Rejects news.
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