DGC/Interscope Records recording artists The All-American Rejects, who have Oklahoma ties, get animated in their new music video “Walk Over Me,” which debuted today at www.RollingStone.com. To view the video, click here.
The rollicking song is the second single from the Rejects’ fourth CD, “Kids in the Street,” which was produced by Grammy-nominated producer Greg Wells (Adele, Katy Perry, and OneRepublic).
“This video is 5,312 pictures that Jon Danovic the director, myself, our friends, and some sweet people we found on Craigslist.com animated together to marry a song about losing your mind,” frontman Tyson Ritter tells Rolling Stone. “It took four mind-numbing weeks, piles of cigarettes, loads of beer and a spiritual adviser to complete.”
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.”
The All-American Rejects, which includes lead singer, lyricist, and bassist Tyson Ritter, guitarist Nick Wheeler, rhythm guitarist Mike Kennerty and drummer Chris Gaylor, have sold more than 4 million albums and 16 million singles worldwide.