The All-American Rejects are one of several bands confirmed for the soundtrack for the upcoming Disney 3D Film 'Alice In Wonderland,' contributing a brand new song called "The Poison."
After closing out 2009 with their hit single “Gives You Hell” as the #1 most played song of the year, The All-American Rejects kick off 2010 with a brand new song for “Almost Alice,” the soon to be released CD from Buena Vista Records is inspired by the upcoming Disney Digital 3D film, Alice In Wonderland. Almost Alice, a collection of original songs based on some of the most charismatic characters in literary history, acts as a companion piece to the film’s score composed by Danny Elfman for the original motion picture soundtrack and will hit shelves March 2, 2010. The Rejects’ new song, “The Poison,” is a cheeky take on Alice and her Mad Hatter. “Being a self-proclaimed Mad Hatter, this is a song about how prissy little Alice can be poison for us all. It was best for us both that she fell down that hole,” joked The All-American Rejects front man Tyson Ritter. Other bands confirmed to be included on the soundtrack include Shinedown, who’ll be contributing a song called “Her Name is Alice.”