The All-American Rejects Tease Album With Video And Artwork

The release of The All-American Rejects‘ fourth album “Kids in the Street” is getting closer but before our calendars flip to March 27th, we will have to make do with the things they tease. So far, tracks “Someday’s Gone” and “Beekeeper’s Daughter” have been streaming and now the album’s artwork has appeared online too.

It features a ‘head-swap’ technique of masks and is perhaps a nod to Panic! At The Disco‘s “A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out” – but with text in neon lighting instead of serif. If the artwork intrigues you, you can watch an accompanying video which suggests that AAR’s text is ‘real’ and not photoshopped.

You can check out AAR’s new single “Beekeeper’s Daughter” below, and make sure you check out BUZZNET’s behind the scenes video and photos from the set too.

What do you think of AAR’s latest material?

Are you excited for March 27th?