All-American Rejects releasing new video "Walk Over Me" Wednesday, announce summer tour
DGC/Interscope Records recording artists The All-American Rejects announced today their return to the road this summer in support of their latest release, “Kids In The Street.” The headline tour, with the support of EVE 6, commences Aug. 8 in Costa Mesa at the OC Fair and wraps Aug. 30 in Louisiana.
Unfortunately, no Oklahoma dates are planned for this summer, but the Rejects’ home state fans will be pleased to learn that the group is releasing a new music video this week. The video for their new album’s second single, “Walk Over Me,” will premiere Wednesday at www.RollingStone.com, according to today’s news release.
The All-American Rejects have been busy performing at European festivals as well as accompanying Blink-182 on their international tour. “After spending the summer overseas, we’re looking forward to coming home and having a little fun this August playing… Couldn’t ask for a better summer vacation,” said Nick Wheeler in today’s release.
The All-American Rejects fourth CD, “Kids in the Street,” was produced by Grammy-nominated producer Greg Wells (Adele, Katy Perry, and OneRepublic). Alternative Press says Kids In The Street is “easily their most ambitious and praiseworthy effort to date” and Rolling Stone calls Tyson Ritter “a hook-wielding bard.”
Since forming in Stillwater, in 1999, The All-American Rejects have released four studio albums: their platinum self-titled debut, featuring the breakthrough hit “Swing Swing,” followed by 2005′s double-platinum “Move Along,” which spawned the Top 10 hits “It Ends Tonight,” “Dirty Little Secret,” and “Move Along,” as well as the gold-certified “When The World Comes Down,” featuring the 4-million seller “Gives You Hell,” and their latest, “Kids in the Street.”
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