Playing a douche, Tyson Ritter is getting over a breakup pretty fast by flirting with a bunch of girls on his way back from his ex-girlfriend's home.
The All-American Rejects have debuted a music video for their new single "Beekeeper's Daughter". It sees the band's frontman Tyson Ritter being turned down by his love interest. Instead of nursing a broken heart, he gets down to the street taking the mic and flirting with female dancers and girls he runs into.
"Beekeeper's Daughter" is recorded for the Rejects' new studio album "Kids in the Street" which is due for March 27 U.S. release. Its music video is directed by Issac Rentz (Blink-182, Cage The Elephant), and features a cameo from Wayne Newton.
"[It's] a story about a guy who thinks he can get away with anything and always have a girl there waiting for him," Ritter says. "He never backs down from that opinion. At the end of it, he's even stronger and more snide and thinks he's invincible no matter what. He's an a**hole."
The All-American Rejects' "Beekeeper's Daughter" music video