Weezer Take Fans to 'Mister Rivers' Neighborhood' in Eccentric 'High As A Kite' Video: Watch

Shawn Murphy


The band also dropped the track 'Living in L.A.' ahead of their Black Album.

Weezer released a video for their new song “High As a Kite” as well as another new track “Living in L.A.” from their upcoming self-titled album, dubbed the Black Album, on Thursday (Feb. 21).

In the vintage-y music video, the L.A.-based band perform the upbeat tune on a kids' TV show called Mister Rivers’ Neighborhood to a studio audience full of children and their parents.

Things soon turn a bit dark as the audience pays closer attention to the lyrics behind the rock track. “I feel no pain, I feel no pleasure/ I only want to disappear/ So let me play this game for children/ And vanish into the atmosphere,” lead vocalist Rivers Cuomo sings.

The other latest addition to the Black Album (due out on March 1), "Living in L.A.," is a faster-tempo tune with a catchy hook. “This girl I like/ I'm talking 'bout this girl I like/ But I feel so lonely, feel so lonely/ Yeah, I'm living in L.A.," Cuomo sings.

The quartet is also gearing up for another leg of tour, which kicks off on March 8.

Watch Weezer’s Mister Rogers' Neighborhood parody video for "High As A Kite" and listen to “Living in L.A.” below.


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