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Video: Weezer – “Back To The Shack”

posted by Oscar September 29, 2014

In other Weezer news today, here’s the video for “Back To The Shack.” The visuals for lead single from Everything Will Be Alright In The End were directed by Warren Fu (Daft Punk, Julian Casablancas, HAIM) and it stars the band playing on the surface of the moon. While the classic nerd rockers didn’t wear any of the cool suits or even helmets you’d expect to see when you know they’re supposed to be on the moon, they did however dress in traditional astronaut colors.

Stick around for the Neil Armstrong “cameo” and the floating guitar pick in space in the end.

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Weezer – “Cleopatra” (Preview)

posted by Oscar September 3, 2014

Weezer - Everything Will Be Alright In The End

Weezer is set to release their latest album this year (Sep. 30) but the band has only given away snippets of what’s to come on Everything Will Be Alright In The End, apart from lead single, “Back To The Shack.” The latest preview is for a track called “Cleopatra” and you can hear it above.

It’s only about 30 seconds long but it’s promising. Continue Reading

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Weezer – “Back To The Shack”

posted by Oscar July 21, 2014

Weezer - Everything Will Be Alright In The End

Weezer is back and today they’ve released their lead track titled “Back To The Shack,” from their forthcoming new album, Everything Will Be Alright In The End. This is back-to-basics Weezer with catchy riffs and an easy to sing-along chorus.

We had previously heard about this song when a fan-shot video of the band debuting this song during their Weezer CruiseHear the studio version below. Continue Reading

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Video: Weezer – “Back To The Shack” (Live on the Weezer Cruise)

posted by Oscar February 18, 2014

While on their “Weezer Cruise,” the band gives it its namesake took advantage of the occasion and debuted a new track titled “Back To The Shack.” For their first batch of new material since 2010’s Hurley, the band put together this riff-driven track whose vibe sounds promising. See the performance above.