Watch Weezer share two new songs from ‘The Black Album’

Weezer share two new songs from ‘The Black Album’

‘High As A Kite’ comes with its own spoof video.

Weezer (finally) announced ‘The Black Album’ towards the end of last year. It comes out next month, and they’ve just shared two new songs from it.

‘High As A Kite’ and ‘Living In LA’ follow recent singles ‘Can’t Knock The Hustle’ and ‘Zombie Bastards’ in previewing the new record.

Never out of the headlines, the band also recently shared a new covers album and revealed a pretty brilliant new Calpurnia-featuring video for their take on A-Ha’s ‘Take On Me’.

‘High As A Kite’ comes with its own video, a spoof on Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, predictably called Mister Rivers’ Neighborhood. Not everything goes brilliantly in the clip though.

Watch it below, as well as streaming ‘Living In LA’ and viewing the band’s upcoming European tour dates.

JUNE
29 London, Brixton Academy

JULY
02 Hamburg, Stadtpark
04 Utrecht, Tivoli Vredenburg
07 Bologna, Sonic Park
08 Zurich, Xtra

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