As of late, All-American Rejects frontman Tyson Ritter has been teasing the band’s return fairly frequently through his personal Twitter account. Late last week, he revealed that a new music video had been finished, and earlier this week, he claimed there will be “something sweet” to share near the end of October.

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Now, he has not only revealed that a new demo will most likely be titled “Into My Heart,” but that the band’s long-awaited new album may be called Calypso. You can see all of Ritter’s teasing tweets below.

Additionally, near the beginning of the month, a new song from the Rejects, “There’s A Place,” was featured in a trailer for Miss You Already—a new movie that debuts in theaters November 6.

While the band's last studio album, Kids In The Street, failed to produce any successful singles, prior to that the band had three top ten hits—“Dirty Little Secret,” “It Ends Tonight” and “Gives You Hell,” among other radio smashes like “Move Along” and “Swing, Swing.”