The All-American Rejects Bamboozle Video Diary

The All-American Rejects 'Bamboozle'

The All-American Rejects stopped by the Bamboozle festival in Asbury Park, New Jersey earlier this month and documented their day in a new video diary. The clip includes footage of the band’s arrival, press, preparation for the set, and a brief cameo by My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way. The festival also featured performances from the likes of Foo Fighters, Skrillex, Bon Jovi, and many more.

The Rejects are currently on tour supporting their latest release, Kids In the Street, out now on iTunes. For more on the band, including upcoming tour dates with Blink-182, visit their official site at

The All-American Rejects Field Fan Questions

The All-American Rejects eating
The All-American Rejects have released their first Q&A episode, in which they answer fan questions about their worst restaurant experience, favorite city to play, favorite song on the new album, and more. The band are currently on tour supporting their new album, Kids In the Street, and will be opening up for Blink 182 on their US and European arena tour this summer.

“Our favorite city to play is whatever city we’ll be in that night,” Tyson Ritter said. “Since you asked me that question, tonight, it’s West Palm Beach.”

Watch the webisode below.

Tyson Ritter Joins Valiant Watches To Help Haiti

Tyson Ritter displays his Valiant Watch

Valiant Watches and The All-American Rejects’ lead singer Tyson Ritter launched a partnership campaign this week in support of Ritter’s charity Don’t Hate on Haiti, along with a touching video about the campaign. Twenty-five percent of proceeds from sales of Valiant’s featured BE.REAL Watch, as well as from sales using promotional code DHOH, will be donated to the organization, which is dedicated to bringing clean and safe drinking water to remote communities in Haiti.

“I’m so fortunate to have Valiant Watches partner with me to keep up awareness for those doing without in Haiti,” said Ritter, who confirms that 100% of donated funds go directly to building clean water projects for the people of Haiti. Every $5,000 raised translates into a clean water well built in Haiti. In addition to supporting DHOH, Valiant customers who purchase the featured watch or use the promo code will be entered for a chance to win a guitar signed by The All-American Rejects.

“Valiant is honored to be partnering with Tyson Ritter to benefit Don’t Hate on Haiti,” said co-founder Tracy Franco. “Our hope is to give support to those who need it most.”

The All-American Rejects ‘Parkour Freestyle Voguing’ & ‘Montreal Noise’ Videos

The All-American Rejects 2012
The All-American Rejects recently unveiled two hilarious new clips from their tour stops in Montreal and Toronto. The band plays a game of ‘Parkour Freestyle Voguing’ and also creates a unique sound in their dressing room called ‘Montreal Noise’.

The Stillwater, Oklahoma rock band are currently on tour supporting their new album ‘Kids In the Street’, and will be opening up for Blink 182 on their U.S. and European arena tour this summer.

The All-American Rejects ‘Kids In The Street’ Video

Tyson Ritter of the The All-American Rejects in their 'Kids In The Street' music video

The All-American Rejects are out with the music video to their new single ‘Kids In The Street’, the second release and title track from the Stillwater, Oklahoma rock band’s fourth studio album, out now on Interscope Records.

“This song is the theme of the record. It’s this callback to a moment in your life where you were so dumb, but so smart at the same time,” Tyson Ritter said about the track he wrote with bandmate Nick Wheeler. “The candle of naivety was burning down like that, but the candle of cynicism was yet to be lit.”

Watch the Jon Danovic directed video via Vevo below.

The All-American Rejects Tour Highlight Video, New Tour Dates

The All-American Rejects food
The All-American Rejects have just unveiled a highlights video of their recent ‘Shaking Off the Rust’ headlining tour. The video goes behind the scenes of the tour, which made 13 stops across the U.S. in support of the band’s upcoming album, ‘Kids in the Street’.

The band just added on another set of US dates (full schedule below) before they head out on tour in Europe this summer with Blink-182. The band’s new single, ‘Beekeeper’s Daughter’, is available now on iTunes, and ‘Kids in the Street’ is due out on March 26th.

The All-American Rejects Tour Dates:
April 15 Washington, DC- 9:30 Club
April 17 Toronto, ON- Phoenix Concert Theatre
April 18 Montreal, QC- Le National
April 21 Clifton Park, NY- Northern Lights
April 22 Northampton, MA- Pearl Street
April 25 Pittsburgh, PA- Stage AE
May 19 The Bamboozle Festival

Tour dates with Blink-182:
June 7 Birmingham NIA
June 8 London The O2
June 9 London The O2
June 12 Dublin, The O2
June 13 Belfast Odyssey Arena
June 15 Manchester Arena
June 16 Birmingham LG Arena
June 17 Sheffield Motorpoint Arena
June 19 Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
June 20 Glasgow

July 7 Bournemouth BIC
July 10 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
July 11 Nottingham Capital FM Arena
July 12 Liverpool Echo Arena
July 14 Luxembourg

The All-American Rejects Reveal ‘Kids In The Street’ Album Artwork

The All American Rejects 'Kids In The Street'

The All-American Rejects have revealed the album artwork to their fourth studio album ‘Kids In The Street’. A video clip released by the band shows frontman Tyson Ritter bringing the cover to life by welding neon lights. Watch and see how he puts it all together to show off the final reveal of the album via YouTube below.

The full length release ‘Kids In The Street’ is due out March 27th. The band is encouraging fans to submit some of their own artwork for a chance to meet the band and talk about their submissions. Fans can submit their art through

The All-American Rejects ‘Beekeeper’s Daughter’ Video

The All-American Rejects shoot the music video for 'Beekeeper's Daughter'

The All-American Rejects have now premiered the music video for their new single ‘Beekeeper’s Daughter’, the first release from the American rock band’s upcoming album ‘Kids In The Street’. The video was directed by Issac Rentz and includes a cameo from Wayne Newton. Watch the video below and check out additional photos from the video shoot after the cut.


The All-American Rejects ‘Kids In The Street’ Out March 27th

The All-American Rejects 'Beekeeper's Daughter'

The All-American Rejects have now released the full track listing to their upcoming fourth studio album ‘Kids In The Street’, which will be released March 27th. The album features the first track, ‘Someday’s Gone’, as well as the first single, ‘Beekeeper’s Daughter’. The single will be available for fans to download starting on January 31st. The single will also be featured on a new episode of 90210, airing on The CW at 8/7c PST on the same date as the download.

Kids In The Street Track listing
1) Someday’s Gone
2) Beekeeper’s Daughter
3) Fast and Slow
4) Heartbeat slowing Down
5) Walk Over Me
6) Out the Door
7) Kids in the Street
8) Bleed Into Your Mind
9) Gonzo
10) Affection
11) I For You

The All-American Rejects are also now accepting entries from their fans of their own Kids In The Street inspired stores. Fans can go to, to submit their favorite moments in life with paintings, photos, videos, interpretive dances, and more. Winners will win a very special entry to a Kids In The Street event with The All-American Rejects. Fans can go to the site and submit their entries now.

The band is currently on the “Shaking Off The Rust Tour”, which kicks off January 18th, starting in San Luis Obispo, California. For more information on the tour and The All-American Rejects, be sure to check out their official site,, as well as their Facebook and Twitter pages.

Remaining “Shaking Off The Rust Tour” Dates:
1/23 Spokane, WA- The A Club
1/24 Boise, ID – The Venue
1/25 Park City, UT – Sundance event
1/27 Aspen, CO- Belly Up
1/28 Colorado Springs, CO – The Black Sheep
1/30 Lincoln, NE – The Bourbon Theater
2/2 Indianapolis, IN – VHI Pepsi Superbowl Fan Jam
2/4 Ft. Wayne, IN- Pieres
2/6 Nashville, TN – The Exit/In
2/7 Columbia, MO – The Blue Note
2/8 Wichita, KS – The Scene-ary
2/10 Phoenix, AZ- Devilpalooza @ ASU Campus

The All-American Rejects New Single ‘Beekeeper’s Daughter’ Out January 24th

The All-American Rejects sitting

The All-American Rejects will kick off 2012 with the release of ‘Beekeeper’s Daughter’ – the band’s first single since ‘Gives You Hell’ became the No. 1 most-played song of 2009 at Top 40 radio. Written by Rejects’ lead singer, lyricist, and bassist Tyson Ritter and guitarist Nick Wheeler, the track, available digitally on January 24th, captures a tumultuous time while Ritter was living in Los Angeles after wrapping two years of touring behind the band’s 2008 album ‘When The World Comes Down’.

“‘Beekeeper’s Daughter’ is a story about a guy who thinks he can get away with anything and always have a girl there waiting for him,” Ritter said. “He never backs down from that opinion. At the end of it, he’s even stronger and more snide and thinks he’s invincible no matter what. He’s an a-hole, but at that point in my life, I was kind of an a-hole. As we were making ‘Kids in the Street’, I went from that to being a completely humbled guy who’s looking at his reflection saying, ‘Wow, what have I done?’ It may make me not seem very likeable, but it was important that I be truthful and really open up on this album about what I’ve been through.'”

‘Beekeeper’s Daughter’, along with the rest of the tracks on ‘Kids In The Street’, was produced by Grammy-nominated producer Greg Wells, who is known for his work with Adele, Katy Perry, and OneRepublic, among many others. “Greg was the first producer we’ve worked with who really spoke my language, which translated into the sound of the album,” Ritter explained. “If you really want to know what ‘Kids In The Street’ sounds like, it sounds like The All-American Rejects finally got their sh** together and wrote a record that was going to keep them around.”

Check out The All-American Rejects on the road:
Jan. 18 San Luis Obispo – SLO
Jan. 19 Reno, NV – The Alley
Jan. 21 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre
Jan. 23 Spokane, WA – A Club
Jan. 24 Boise, ID – The Venue
Jan. 25 Park City, UT – Sundance event
Jan. 27 Aspen, CO – Belly Up
Jan. 28 Colorado Springs, CO – The Black Sheep
Jan. 30 Wichita, KS – The Scene-ary
Feb. 4 Ft. Wayne, IN – Pieres
Feb. 6 Nashville, TN – TBD
Feb. 7 Columbia, MO – The Blue Note
Feb. 10 Phoenix, AZ – ASU Campus