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Weezer News Archive
Looks like someone decided to return the favor! How nice!
After Weezer covered Foster the People's Pumped Up Kicked at an Orange County show earlier in the month, the latter band in turn performed a frankly FANTASTIC version of the former's classic track, Say It Ain't So, at the 2011 Outside Lands Festival!
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
So RAD! And again - such an awesome gesture, on both of their parts!
What do U think?? U feeling Foster the People's tribute to Weezer?
Looks like everyone is just as crazy about Foster The People as we are!
For their first time ever, Weezer decided to surprise the crowd at Orange County's Pacific Amphitheatre by playing their cover of Pumped Up Kicks!
Just like the original, it's a-mazing!!!
Check it out (above) and see for URself!
So this is the new thing, huh? Forget world tours! It's about cruisin'!
Weezer has just announced that in January of next year, they will set sail on a cruise created especially for their fans. They're calling it a "musical festival at sea" and have invited a slew of other artists to play along with them on the ship.
Check out the video from the band (above) to learn more!
Hmm. Maybe this is something some other artists should consider.
Yes, GaGaloo, we're talking to you! Let's take you little monsters on an ocean voyage!!!
Check out their just-released video for Memories (above)!
Check out his just-released video for Magic (above)!
Any Weezer fans out there who suffer from depression will all be instantly cured with this news!
The band has announced their plans for a retro tour, where they will spend 2 nights in each city. The first night, they will play the entire Blue album, and the second night they will play Pinkerton in its entirety.
Here’s what frontman Rivers Cuomo had to say about it:
"We have this really exciting idea to do a tour where we spend two nights in each city, and the first night, we play the entire Blue album, and the second night, we play the entirety of Pinkerton. We're just running it by promoters right now to see if there's sufficient interest in the markets to do something like that, and if they're on board, it's gonna happen."
And more from Rivers:
"The fan response has been incredible so far for the idea. And, if they want to, they can contact their local promoter and tell them to make it happen."
We will be shocked if this doesn’t happen. Hardcore Weezer fans worship those two albums. We’ll be keeping an ear out for an official announcement of this tour, which we're sure will happen sooner than later.
Would U like to see a Blue/Pinkerton tour?
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No, Losties, your eyes are note decieving you. What you are looking at is the actual cover art for Weezer's next album:
A big ole picture of Jorge Garcia aka Hurley from Lost!
Yeah, we're not so much getting it either, but we'll roll with it for now. Apparently, it will make sense once we've heard the album.
Rivers Cuomo explained to New York Magazine why this particular pictures was chosen for the cover. He said:
"I just loved this photo of Jorge Garcia — it just had this amazing vibe. We didn't want to do a fourth self-titled record and we knew people would refer to it as 'the Hurley record' even if left it without that title, so we just called it 'Hurley.' No words are on the cover because all we wanted was his amazing face."
Wow. Um, okay. His amazing face it is then. Certainly it's a risk, something different.
Course, no matter what this Hurley business is, it'll never be as good as Buddy Holly, so….