Weezer release new SZNZ: Autumn EP

The third instalment of Weezer​’s seasonal SZNZ EP series has arrived in the form of – you guessed it – Autumn. Arriving in time for the autumnal equinox tomorrow (the designated date for summer ending, boo), Weezer’s new EP is a collection of seven tracks, that really leans into the band’s love of a dancefloor filler.  Last night, Weezer kicked off their new season with a performance of lead single What Happens After You on Jimmy Kimmel. Check it out below. Or listen to the EP in its entirety on Spotify. This summer, Weezer were inducted into the Hall Of Fame at the 2022 Kerrang! Awards. Speaking backstage after his acceptance speech, guitarist Brian Bell said: ​“I wasn’t lying when I said onstage that I read Kerrang! as a kid… Back then, ...

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