Weezer Share Infectious New Track ‘L.A. Girlz,’ Already Talking About a Possible ‘Black Album’
Weezer have debuted a fourth track from their upcoming self-titled album (aka The White Album).
Rivers Cuomo debuted “L.A. Girlz” on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show, and it follows in the footsteps of the previously released White Album tracks “Do You Wanna Get High?” and “King of the World” with that distinctly infectious Weezer sound. Take a listen to the song, co-written by Cuomo and guitarist Brian Bell, below:
Cuomo told Lowe the band is already writing a follow-up to their upcoming 10th full-length, and it's called The Black Album. Accordingly, the frontman said it will be “darker” than the sunny, often goofy material they’ve shared thus far from The White Album (see: lead single “Thank God for Girls”).
Weezer will self-release The White Album on April 1. Just before, Cuomo and company will kick off a tour with Panic! at the Disco and Andrew McMahon and the Wilderness on March 31 in Brooklyn. They have dates scheduled through Aug. 6 when they will play a show in Irvine, Calif. See the complete itinerary right here.