Tyson Ritter Shares Another Preview Of New All-American Rejects Song

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Last month Tyson Ritter shared snippets of three brand new All-American Rejects songs. Now he’s back with one more! Today he shared a 15-second preview of a new song. It’s softer and more mellow than the other three song clips we got. It also sounds a bit more somber, yet the music is atmospheric and light.

Listen to the clip below. It sounds like Tyson sings the following lyrics:

You are gone
And you said it
That’s when I know, that’s when I know, that’s when I know
Now that I forget it
The day you said it

What do you think of the new song preview? This might be the most intriguing one yet!

So far, fans have gotten to hear one full song from the new EP. They’ve only played “DGAF” live, but a studio version – and a music video – are forthcoming. Besides this new one, Tyson has also shared snippets of three other songs they recorded in January, as well as lyrics to a new track.

In about the next couple of 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!

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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