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All American Rejects Make Cartoons Of Themselves In New “Walk Me Over” Music Video

Video Still From All American Rejects Music Video For "Walk Me Over"

Video Still From All American Rejects Music Video For "Walk Me Over"

All American Rejects released their animation themed music video today.  It is to their song “Walk Me Over.”  Fans may remember that “Walk Me Over” comes from the band’s fourth studio album, Kids in the Street which was released back in March.  “Walk Me Over” marks the third single to come from the album, following both “Beekeepr’s Daughter”, and the album’s title track.  All American Rejects Frontman Tyson Ritter discussed the video with Rollingstone as part of it’s premiere.

”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. It took four mind-numbing weeks, piles of cigarettes, loads of beer and a spiritual adviser to complete.”

We think the hard work was well worth it.  We’ve embedded the video below to check out and see if you agree.  We hope you enjoy what you see.

All American Rejects

“”Walk Me Over””

From: Kids In The Street

DGC/Interscope Records

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“Kids In The Street”

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“Beekeeper’s Daughter”

From: Kids In The Street

DGC/Interscope Records