Weezer Announces New Song “Beach Boys,” ‘Pacific Daydream’ Out October 27, 2017 via Crush Music / Atlantic Records – THE PARTAE

Announces New Song “Beach Boys”

Pacific Daydream Out on October 27, 2017 Via Crush Music/Atlantic Records

Pre-Order Pacific Daydream HERE

Los Angeles, CA’s Weezer have released another taste of their forthcoming eleventh album, Pacific Daydream, released on Crush Music/Atlantic Records on October 27th, 2017.  The song – a brilliant, hyper-melodic slice of alt pop entitled “Beach Boys” – can be streamed HERE and via YouTube HERE.  “Beach Boys” follows lead track “Mexican Fender,” as well as the album’s first single, “Feels Like Summer,” which hit #1 at Alternative Radio.

Produced by Butch WalkerPacific Daydream is the follow up to the critically acclaimed album Weezer (The White Album), which was nominated for a Grammy for Best Rock Album at the end of last year.  A track listing for Pacific Daydream is below.

Following the release of Weezer (The White Album), the band began working on what they called “The Black Album,” but as they worked, they found the songs they were writing felt more like reveries from a beach at the end of the world.  Instead of forcing a different direction, they began an entirely new album; Pacific Daydream was born.  Frontman Rivers Cuomo brings this decision back to a Chinese proverb he says inspired the design behind the entire record:

Once upon a time, I, Chuang Chou, dreamt I was a butterfly, fluttering hither and thither, to all intents and purposes a butterfly. I was conscious only of my happiness as a butterfly, unaware that I was Chou. Soon I awaked, and there I was, veritably myself again. Now I do not know whether I was then a man dreaming I was a butterfly, or whether I am now a butterfly, dreaming I am a man.

Pacific Daydream – an album full of the melodic mastery and craftsmanship for which Weezer are known – is a record that navigates the uncertainty between reality and dreams, blurring the line between the listener knowing if they are daydreaming the world of the album, or if the world of the album is daydreaming them.  It’s a record about finding the gray area between the black and the white, about escaping the everyday into the fantasy of what may be just down the line, but also maybe isn’t.  It’s an album that sounds like the Beach Boys and The Clash fell in love by the ocean and had one hell of an amazing baby. It’s Weezer doing all the things they do best and then some.

Pacific Daydream track listing:

  1. Mexican Fender
  2. Beach Boys
  3. Feels Like Summer
  4. Happy Hour
  5. Weekend Woman
  6. QB Blitz
  7. Sweet Mary
  8. Get Right
  9. La Mancha Screwjob
  10. Any Friend of Diane’s

Weezer tour dates:

9/15/17         Del Mar, CA @ KAABOO

9/16/17         Atlanta, GA @ Music Midtown

9/17/17         New York, NY @ The Meadows Music and Arts Festival

10/5/17         Reno, NV @ Grand Sierra Resort and Casino

10/6/17         Napa, CA @ Silverado Resort and Spa

10/7/17         Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre

10/15/17       Berlin, Germany @ Columbiahalle (with The Orwells)

10/16/17       Cologne, Germany @ Ewerk (with The Orwells)

10/18/17       Brussels, Belgium @ Ancienne Belgique (with The Orwells)

10/19/17       Paris, France @ Olympia (with The Orwells)

10/21/17       Tilburg, Netherlands @ 013 (with The Orwells)

10/23/17       Leeds, United Kingdom @ O2 Academy (with The Orwells)

10/24/17       Glasgow, United Kingdom @ O2 Academy (with The Orwells)

10/25/17       Manchester, United Kingdom @ O2 Apollo (with The Orwells)

10/27/17       Birmingham, United Kingdom @ O2 Academy (with The Orwells)

10/28/17       London, United Kingdom @ Wembley Arena (with Ash, The Orwells)

 

Weezer are:  Brian Bell (guitar/vocals) * Rivers Cuomo (vocals/guitar) * Scott Shriner (bass/vocals) * Pat Wilson (drums)

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