All-American Rejects rocker Tyson Ritter and actress Elena Satine The pair began dating in and confirmed their engagement in April. Singer Tyson Ritter marries actress Elena Satine in country chic New the crowd : Tyson performs at a fan jam concert in Indiana on February 2, . Jonah Hill sports B's t-shirt as he and his girlfriend meet up with Joe. 20 Question Interview With Tyson Ritter Of All American Rejects. By: Audrey Kitching March 14, View Fullscreen 48 We are planning on taking the world on by storm starting on the release date March 26th. A full united states assault.
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I know working in the industry requires you to be out there for a good amount of time?
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Thoughts on the City of Angles? I have made peace with it and truly think it has a lot to offer. The museums are top-notch.
I love New York. I had an affair with that city and if i was alone walking or stooping with friends it was constantly feeding my soul. New York is where the soup is cooked, Los Angeles is where the soup is eaten and criticized.
Do you make anything in spare time? I recently made this kick ass if I say so myself picnic table out of these massive slabs of wood. I brought them all together with a ton of these fat lag bolts that look like they belong on a pirate ship.
Im proud as hell of it. My pops even said i did a good job…I also got a sewing machine for my birthday last year and have really taken to altering my threads. For a tall guy with no ass, it comes in handy for sure.
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Night owl or early bird? Mona Lisa or Lisa Simpson? My favorite music of the moment is Count Baise. His band is so damn tight and when i put one of his records on in the house, everyone just really vibes one another.
That and some Guess Who really sets me in place for the night. Bowie… Give us 5 facts about you people may not know. Single as a priest, just not as holy. If you could only eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be? Not that tex-mex shit, huge difference. Texas messed the cuisine all up. That or deli sandies, i got addicted to the late night deli in NYC… Cats or dogs? Do you have any pets?
Cat people freak me out, especially if you are an adult male with one. Stay away from me. I like to keep fresh flowers in the house, I count those as pets. Does that count as a pun? I saw the images of you rocking some of the Coco De Coeur shirts form my line and looking super good while doing it, do you do a lot of modeling? Is this something you like to pursue? I love your Coco De Coeur!
It was a bit daunting for me to say the least… After that I did some stuff with Penguin which led to Hugo Boss which was a trip. Terry Richardson was shooting and Laura Stone was my counterpart.
I see the artistry in it when i remember watching Laura move in front of a camera.
Aphrodite, Venus, statuesque kind of power. How would you describe your personal style, Where do you pull your inspiration from?
My personal style I like to consider a technicolor onion. What do you think it is about those songs specifically that connects with fans of your lyrics? I think "Gives You Hell" is just an anthem of, you know, defiance to someone in your life that you think hasn't believed in you. The song is a big middle-finger to anyone you don't like and those songs are always fun, I guess. It was funny — the other night I was talking with my tour manager and I had just met him and he was like "Hey, 'It Ends Tonight', man: I'm surprised you were the first person to pull that out".
And I was sort of like, "Hmmm. Like with "Dirty Little Secret", I think when a lyric has never ben used in a song before, it has more of an impact. Especially when you know it's something as simple as "It Ends Tonight", but it can really hit hard with your fans. Lyrics don't always have to be 8-layers deep to have an impact.
What's that relationship like? When we started writing our new record Kids In The Streetit seemed like our relationship had changed just as it's done throughout the past 10 years.
I think just as we become more individuals, the more that we bring unique things to the music we create. Every time we do a record, the music changes.
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Kids In The Street was our first stride towards something that proved that not only had we grown together as writers, but as individuals as well. The sort of conflicts in the music play along with the lyrics but also reflect the development of the band.
I think the difference between us is that Nick is very controlled and I'm very chaotic, and when you stir that up you get some sort of tasty cocktail. Speaking of Kids In The Street, how would you say it differs from your previous albums? I mean, I think it's just us after 10 years.
I like to think of musical discovery like Magellan, you know, travelling, discovering new parts of our world. This record I feel like we kind of got in a rocketship and jumped out of this world. Our producer was a really big influence on the fact that this record is more diverse sonically than all our others combined. I think this record has proven to be a bold move for us as a band. I've read that you referred to the theme of the record as "a callback to the moment in your life where you're so dumb but so smart at the same time.
Can you elaborate on the themes on the album? We called it Kids In The Street because there's a reflective moment where you think back to those pure moments in life where it's funny how when you turn into your twenties, you blow out your candle of naivete and light the flame of cynicism. It sort of obscures the joys that you once had, so this record tries to let you grab into those moments in the songs.
Where I'm from we run down dirt roads and you know, we didn't have all these terrible outlets to poison ourselves, we just had a fast car and a dirty road and a great girl that would experience life with you in those lost moments of your youth. It's kind of a good mirror that shows you the person you once were. Honestly, when I think about who I am or who I was, I think about some of those cherished memories of being a young adult.
Is it sort of a rejection of some of the negative and toxic aspects of fame and big-city life or what comes along with that? Yeah, when I moved to LA after I broke up with my lady and fired my manager at the time, I just realized when you sacrifice everything for a job that you love dearly, you lose some of the sense of self and the reality that you had.
When I reflected on the moment that I wanted to sort of embrace and try being "real", it was that moment right before I left Oklahoma for the first time. Those are moments of pure joy and reality had a virginity to it. It's a lot more precious to me. On that note, I've heard that this album holds that cohesive theme as opposed to previous albums that had many themes. What was it like having a clear mission driving the making of this album? It's funny, we really didn't have a vision until we sat down with Mike and Chris, the other guys in the band, and we sort of had a big jury trial for the songs.
That's kind of how we do it, we write like 30 songs and then take them to the butcher shop and see where we can trim the fat. And then what was left was this skeleton of a story of a man who, like myself, moved out to Los Angeles, ran with the wrong crowd for a few months, [and] got torn down by that. I'm a simpleton from Oklahoma, and when a girl rips your heart out in a big city kinda way, it's different, man.
It's a little bit more of a cardiac arrest that happens. From that, I sort of spun out of control and then through writing and through music I feel like this is a lyrical record of putting the pieces back together; settling up old accounts, if you will.
I feel like that narrative you hear in the album just kind of happened by accident. When you write 20 songs that are all chronological, and based on your life at that moment, it definitely comes together as a story. In past songs, I would just sort of use people in my life for inspiration. I didn't have much to complain about. I was so domesticated and bored. This record is a lot more of a truthful record, personally.
The last records were more stories. Tell me about your new single title track " Kids In The Street ". Is that sort of a representation of the album as a whole in one song? It's definitely the mermaid at the front of this ship.Tyson Ritter and Emma Stone - The House Bunny