The All-American Rejects just spent the last few weeks of January recording 3 new songs. These songs will mostly likely appear on their upcoming EP, due in the next few months. Luckily, fans don’t have to wait to hear the new tunes – Tyson Ritter just shared snippets of them! He promised he would preview the choruses of the new songs on his Snapchat, and he kept his word.
I'm gonna preview all the new songs chorus bits on my snapchat today. Look lively #dgaf
— Tyson Ritter (@tysonritter) February 5, 2017
Tyson shared previews of three new songs on his Snapchat. Special thanks to the YouTube user NoStoppingMe for putting these Snapchat snippets on YouTube.
In the first song snippet, it builds up into a big chorus about… sweating. Tyson sings, “Turning blue, the way I make you sweat, sweat, sweat. I’m making you sweat.” Listen to the 9-second preview below.
The second song has a chanted chorus that sounds like, “I’m gone, straight into heaven, straight into heaven.” It’s a bit more mid-tempo than the first song.
The third song sounds a little heavier, both musically and lyrically. It has a slower, darker mood. Meanwhile, Tyson sings: “Because I’m running from my demon. They keep on…”. We’ll have to wait for the full song to hear what the demons keep on doing.
Those are certainly some exciting new tracks! We don’t know about you, but we can’t wait to hear the songs in full! Which one are you most excited about?
The three songs should appear on the Rejects’ upcoming EP. Last summer, the band recorded some songs that were also intended for the 5-6 song set. They premiered one of those songs, “DGAF,” live while on tour last July. There have also been talks about a music video for “DGAF,” so we can look forward to seeing that soon, too.
In a few months, fans will finally get to hear the band’s new EP. While we wait, enjoy the Rejects’ latest song, “There’s A Place,” from the film Miss You Already. Look for Tyson in it!
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