April 14, 2008 17:09

Weezer album and single details emerge

Listen to the band's comeback single online now

Weezer album and single details emerge
A sneak preview of Weezer's new single, 'Pork And Beans', released on April 22, is available to listen to online.

A clip of the song is now being streamed on Amazon.com.

The song is taken from the highly-anticipated forthcoming album from the band, which is likely to be self-titled, as was the case for two previous Weezer albums.

A message on the Weezer website explains that the album is likely to be released on June 17 in the USA and have predominantly red artwork, fitting in with the band's last two self-titled releases, known as 'The Blue Album' and 'The Green Album', respectively.

The album was produced by Rick Rubin, Jacknife Lee and the band, and mixed by Rich Costey.

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