Enjoy 3 New All-American Rejects Songs & “Send Her To Heaven” Video

The All-American Rejects are back with their first new songs in two years. Following their 2017 release of "Sweat" and "Close Your Eyes," the band just dropped a new EP with three songs: "Send Her To Heaven," "Gen Why? (DGAF)," and "Demons." We've been anticipating hearing each of these tracks for a few years, and…

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The All-American Rejects Announce “Send Her To Heaven” EP & Video

After two quiet years, The All-American Rejects are back! The band has spent the last week teasing new music - something they promised us back in January - and today they finally shared the news: They're about to release a new song, "Send Her To Heaven," along with a music video and a full EP!…

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See Hot New Video For “Summer Days” By Patrick Stump, Macklemore, & Martin Garrix

One month ago, fans unexpectedly got the summer song we never knew we needed when producer Martin Garrix teamed up with rapper Macklemore and Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump. Their new single, “Summer Days,” now comes with a surprising, fun music video starring a stunning older woman. As the funky bass line and dancey…

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The All-American Rejects Share ‘Rejected’ Documentary, Preview 2 New Songs

Two months ago, the All-American Rejects made their big comeback with two new songs, "Sweat" and "Close Your Eyes," from their long-awaited upcoming record. The two songs came with an ambitious video, starring frontman Tyson Ritter as both Betsy and Robert. Besides their 2015 movie track, "There's A Place," these are the first new All-American…

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The All-American Rejects Release Short Film For 2 New Songs: “Sweat” & “Close Your Eyes”

After months of teasing, The All-American Rejects have finally released their highly anticipated new singles. Yes, they shared not one, but TWO new songs. "Sweat" and "Close Your Eyes" both appear in a new music video that doubles as a short film. The more upbeat of the two songs, "Sweat" starts the video with frontman…

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The All-American Rejects Share Trailer For “Close Your Eyes” & “Sweat,” New Album In Fall

Back in April, All-American Rejects lead singer Tyson Ritter hinted that the band’s new single, “Sweat,” would be out one month later. May only brought a tour announcement with Dashboard Confessional. Finally, the All-American Rejects started teasing the new song again earlier this month. They even started sharing some lyrical previews. Now, Billboard confirms that The All-American…

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The All-American Rejects Tease Lyrics For Upcoming Single, “Sweat”

Nearly three months ago, All-American Rejects lead singer Tyson Ritter hinted that the band's new single, “Sweat,” would be out one month later. May came and went with no song and no news other than a tour announcement. Finally, the All-American Rejects started teasing the new song again earlier this month. We know "Sweat" will be…

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The All-American Rejects Finally Releasing “Sweat” In July

Back on April 1st, the All-American Rejects' lead singer Tyson Ritter hinted that the new single, "Sweat," would be out one month later. May came and went with no song and no news other than a tour announcement. Finally, the All-American Rejects started teasing the new song again earlier this week: https://www.instagram.com/p/BVSe59lF2Ru/?taken-by=therejects   https://www.instagram.com/p/BVVOEk-FR49/?taken-by=therejects  …

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Welcome To… The All-American Rejects: 25 Songs You Need In Your Life

Who doesn't love The All-American Rejects? The band started in the early 2000s with their self-titled debut. In 2005, The All-American Rejects garnered tons of attention with their hit singles, "Dirty Little Secret," "Move Along," and "It Ends Tonight," all from their second album, Move Along. They earned a hit again in 2008 with "Gives…

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New All-American Rejects Lyric Video For First Single “Sweat” Coming Next Month

It may be April Fool's day, but this is not a drill: The All-American Rejects' first single from their upcoming EP is finished and ready for us! Don't get too excited - we can't watch it yet. But frontman Tyson Ritter did confirm that the lyric video is not for their 2016 song, "DGAF." Instead, the…

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