The All-American Rejects, who once dominated the charts with alternative-pop hits such as "Dirty Little Secret" and "Move Along," have mostly been on hiatus since their last studio album in 2012. But the band is back with a new song and video titled "There's a Place" from the upcoming movie, Miss You Already.

The music video is helmed by Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke and features lead singer Tyson Ritter with an acoustic guitar, singing through a darkened, empty alley. Ritter eventually meets up with the rest of his band mates, but they have aged into their senior years, jamming music into the night. Oscar nominated actress Toni Collette, who stars in Miss You Already, also makes a cameo appearance.

"There's a Place" is an emotional ballad, reminiscent of one of their soft hits, "It Ends Tonight," and plays off the movie's themes of memories and loss. Miss You Already, which is also helmed by Hardwicke, stars Collette and Drew Barrymore as lifelong friends who find their friendship tested when one is learning she is having a baby, and the other gets the heartbreaking news that she has a terminal illness. The movie opens in theaters on Nov. 6.

Click on the video above and tell us in the comments below what you think about The All-American Rejects' new song. Meanwhile, we shouldn't have to wait too long for more music from AAR: the band revealed in in 2014 that the creative process had already started for a fifth studio album.