Weezer Reveals New Studio Album, Titled ‘Everything Will Be Alright in the End’
We haven’t heard anything from Weezer in four years, but a recent announcement reveals that the seminal indie band has a new release planned – one likely to drop later this year or early in 2015.
According to Pitchfork, the new release is called Everything Will Be Alright in the End and will come out on Republic. This marks a change from 2010’s Hurley, named after the Lost character. That album came out on Epitaph.
As well, Ric Ocasek, best known for The Cars, is producing.
Beyond this, not much is known. As of now, the album doesn’t even have a proper release date.
Hurley, which Rivers Cuomo and Shawn Everett produced, marked a harder change for the band. The release didn’t do too badly on the charts, either, peaking at No. 6 on the Billboard 200. Singles “Memories” and “Hang On” dropped over the course of the year.
And not long after, Weezer followed Hurley with a collection of unreleased material, called Death to Fake Metal. Although the band considered it a continuation of Hurley, Everything Will Be Alright in the End is the proper follow up.
To get a preview of sounds, listen to the teaser below:
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