“It’s right on this line, this edge between scary and funny which I think is appealing to me. I think Weezer has been on that line for a lot of our career.”
“Let’s go back, back to the shack,” he sings on the chorus, promising to “rock out like it’s ’94” and to “turn off those stupid singing shows.”
We haven’t seen a good old fashioned frisbee duel since our sophomore year at UC Santa Cruz.
Cuomo told EW that the song “Back to the Shack,” a new track which the band began playing live in early 2014, has been molded to the fan’s wishes.
Just a week after Weezer unveiled their intriguing album cover art for their upcoming record Everything Will Be Alright In the End, the band has revealed a release date for the project.
At first glance, the cover had a sort of Where the Wild Things Are feel to it, from the scratched title in the sky to the giant monster crawling through the mountainside.
But seriously, let’s hope the only damage done is a little hit to their pride.