Weezer Announces New Song 'California Snow'
Weezer will debut a new song titled "California Snow" on Thursday (Sept. 20) ahead of the release of Spell, the first film from Crush Pictures. “@RiversCuomo lends his voice as the therapist & he’s ready to help you solve all your thorny problems,” the band wrote on Twitter Tuesday (Sept. 18), adding, “Clearly the only prescription to make anyone better is a new song.”
Weezer previously took to social media to tease a poster advertising a family therapy service, featuring frontman Rivers Cuomo's head. Meanwhile, a zany billboard popped up in Los Angeles, along with an equally ridiculous website. It all had fans scratching their heads -- could Weezer be gearing up to release the long-awaited Black Album? Was Rivers about to star in a film of his own? -- but now, we can consider the mystery solved.
"California Snow" will appear during the end credits of Spell, which is set for release on Sept. 23.
“California Snow” from the motion picture SPELL is dropping Thurs in North America (rest of world Friday). @RiversCuomo lends his voice as the therapist & he’s ready to help you solve all your thorny problems. Clearly the only prescription to make anyone better is a new song. pic.twitter.com/V8FYAjl8zu— weezer (@Weezer) September 18, 2018
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Actual billboard up in LA! What does it mean?!?! ------ ---- Check it out and let us know! https://t.co/prO1VGdygs Thanks to @pedroazevedo for being the MAN on the street! #weareweezer #weezer @rivers_cuomo #riverscuomo #rivershaskellfamilytherapy pic.twitter.com/HRkgxwxGqP— We Are Weezer (@WeAreWeezer) September 11, 2018