The multi-platinum selling rock band, The All American Rejects, recently released their 2 song EP Sweat alongside a powerful 11-minute short film that ties both tracks together called “Sweat”. Today, the behind-the-scenes documentary, entitled “Rejected,” directed by Emmy Award, winning producer, director, Jason Bergh is released via Huffington Post, click HERE to view. The two tracks on the EP, Sweat and Close Your Eyes mark the long-awaited return from one of Alternative rock’s most successful hit makers of the last 15 years and display a new chapter in the band’s history.
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When the The All-American Rejects embarked on their recent musical release, “Sweat,”they called on director Jason Bergh to document their most intimate visual exploration to date for the short documentary, “Rejected.” Bergh, who has worked with frontman Tyson since 2005, jumped headfirst into an ambitious behind-the-scenes journey that he hoped would reveal a completely new dimension of the band. As soon as Tyson sent over the new record, I was hooked. Tyson’s boundless creative energy is nothing short of infectious.Over the course of 5 days and with unlimited access, Bergh crafted a stirring cinematic poem that reflects the vision and creativity for which the band has become known over the last 18 years.
Known for stadium-size sing-alongs steeped in pop panache and rock n roll danger, cheeky wit, and raucous concerts that border on religious experiences, The All-American Rejects confidently waltz against the grain. Their 2017 2-song EP Sweat, and the upcoming fifth full-length album, continue a near two-decade tradition of ballsy, brash, and bold pop rock anthems.
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