The band did a new version of their song 'Susanne'
Weezer recorded a new version of their track ‘Susanne’ at Jack White’s Third Man Records last weekend – watch footage of it below.
The band were in Nashville playing a pair of live shows when they stopped by White’s studio to record the new version of the song, which originally appeared as a B-side to their single ‘Undone (The Sweater Song)’, which featured on their 1994 self-titled debut album.
Last month, Weezer teased footage of themselves in the studio working on new material.
Earlier this year, it was reported that the band are reuniting with Cars frontman Ric Ocasek, who produced 1994’s ‘Blue Album’ and 2001’s ‘Green Album’ to record the follow-up to 2010’s ‘Hurley’.
In February, the band embarked on a five-day Weezer cruise, which saw them gather artists including Cat Power, The Cribs and Palma Violets on a boat, sailing from Jacksonville in Florida to the Bahamas. Weezer themselves headlined the event, and there were also performances from Ash, Diiv, Bleached, Holy Fuck, The Orwells and Toro Y Moi.
Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo is also currently working with Charli XCX on her new album.