The All-American Rejects’ New EP Scheduled For May Release

Things are officially coming together, All-American Rejects fans! After sharing some new song previews last month and a new one just a few days ago – not to mention some new lyrics – it looks like the band’s new EP finally has a release date. Or at least a release month.

Last month Tyson Ritter suggested that new music may be coming in April. But that plan was challenged a few weeks ago, if his tweets are anything to go by:

Tyson never revealed the answer he should have gotten that Friday, March 3rd. Until now, that is. Apparently, the new Rejects EP should be coming out in May rather than April:

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. Tyson has also shared snippets of three songs they recorded in Januarylyrics to a new track, and then one more song preview a few days ago.

In about two months, fans will finally get to hear the band’s new EP.  Tyson didn’t specify when exactly in May we’ll hear the new songs. Hopefully we’ll get it earlier in the month. 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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Hidden Jams is a music blog for super fans. We provide fans with music news and secrets you can’t get anywhere else. Find insider details on new music for upcoming albums, unreleased tracks hidden in the back catalog, and the stories behind the songs you love. Hidden Jams is your backstage pass into your favorite artist’s music.

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