Weezer Dream Up A Name For New Album

Published: 2005-03-07
College rock idols Weezer have announced "Make Believe" as the title of their upcoming studio album. The record will be the American quartet's fifth full-length effort, and the follow-up to 2002's "Maladroit". At the moment, "Make Believe" is being mixed in New York City, and should be on shelves by May. The first single lifted from the record is called "Beverly Hills", a video for which is in the final stages of completion.

It was following lead singer River Cuomo's completion of his Havard semester last year that Weezer was able to get down to business on "Make Believe". Legendary producer Rick Rubin sat behind the boards on the project; Rubin is known for his work with Run-DMC, Nine Inch Nails, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Johnny Cash, as well as founding Def Jam Records (among many other things).

Weezer have just a few confirmed concert plans in the upcoming months. The four-piece will be making an appearance at the Coachella Festival on April 30th, hitting a few German Festivals, and then playing three gigs in England and Scotland in mid-June.

Writer: Jaclyn Arndt



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