All-American Rejects may be back with new music in 2019.  The band have been since their 2012 full-length Kids in the Streets, but there is hope for an album thanks to a New Year’s social media posting from the group.

“Happy 2019 Rejects! Looks like something might be coming this year,” states a posting from the group, featuring a four-way split photo of the band’s members.

Despite not having released a new album in some time, the group issued a two-song EP in 2017, a soundtrack song in 2015 for the Tyson Ritter-starring film Miss You Already and also released the track “DGAF” coinciding with their 2016 tour with Blink-182.

Are the All-American Rejects teasing an new album for 2019?


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