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Weezer are releasing a surprise new album, OK Human, next week

Ahead of the release of their Van Weezer album in May, Weezer have announced the arrival of OK Human next week…

Though fans were patiently waiting for the release of highly-anticipated hard rock album Van Weezer in May, the quartet have announced the surprise-release of a totally different record ahead of that. Because why not?!

Weezer’s 14th studio album OK Human is due out on January 29, with a lead single entitled All My Favorite Songs arriving this Thursday (January 21). Hold on to your hard drives,” Rivers Cuomo and co. announced on social media. OK Human, the new album, arrives 1/29. All My Favorite Songs, the first song from the album, will be out this Thursday, 1/21 at 12am ET

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P.S. Van Weezer is still coming out on May 7th.” 

Two Weezer records in under four months? You’re off to a good start (on the new music front, at least…), 2021.

The tracklist for OK Human is as follows:

1. All My Favorite Songs
2. Aloo Gobi
3. Grapes Of Wrath
4. Numbers
5. Playing My Piano
6. Mirror Image
7. Screens
8. Bird With A Broken Wing
9. Dead Roses
10. Everything Happens For A Reason
11. Here Comes The Rain
12. La Brea Tar Pits

And the artwork looks like this:

Weezer OK Human artwork
Posted on January 19th 2021, 10:26a.m.
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