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  • The All-American Rejects Returns With New Song “Me Vs. The World”

  • American rock band The All-American Rejects returned with a new song “Me Vs. The World” on November 20th.
    The song follows up their 2019 EP “Send Her to Heaven”. Also, the track will raise money for MusiCares in support of music industry professionals affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
    “American rock band The All-American Rejects returned with a new song “Me Vs. The World” on November 20th.
    The song follows up their 2019 EP “Send Her to Heaven”. Also, the track will raise money for MusiCares in support of music industry professionals affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
    The band said in a statement, “Here's a little something from us while we all wait for the world (particularly the touring world) to come alive again. All proceeds from this song will be donated to MusiCares to help those in the music industry who have been out of work since March.
    When the pandemic swept the nation in March, MusiCares established MusiCares COVID-19 Relief to help music people impacted by the pandemic and facing crisis due to loss of work, medical diagnosis, threat of eviction, and other personal emergencies. The relief efforts have helped more than 19,000 music industry artists and professionals, but more support is needed. Get more info here.”
  • The band recorded the song before the COVID-19 pandemic. It was written by Nick Wheeler, Tyson Ritter and Scott Chesak. Nick Wheeler told Alt Press, “It was written quarantine-style a few years ago when [singer] Tyson [Ritter] and I were doing our part separately. And our keyboard player Scott Chesak co-wrote it as well and produced the track. We never got around to finishing it, and then lockdown hit, and we were all looking at free time on our schedule. So we decided to finally finish it and turn it into something. It ended up being a cool thing, not just for us to do, but to be able to put out there since we weren’t able to do literally anything for fans this year.”
    He continued, “When we talked about putting something out, I was like, “We should do something for all the people who are out of work, not just ourselves, but our crew, every crew in the industry.” [This is] the one industry that, for some reason, is not allowed to come back. They figured out how to do sports. There’s some live music. But not every genre can get away with putting on a show at a drive-in theater, outside in a park or at a winery. Not every genre really fits those venues.”
  • source : Alt Press
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