Weezer confirm UK album release date

Band to release thei new self-titled effort in June

Weezer confirm UK album release date
Weezer have confirmed that their long-awaited new album, entitled 'Weezer', will be released on June 30 in the UK. The art-work is pictured above.

The first single from the album, 'Pork and Beans', will be released on June 23. The band are currently streaming the single on the Weezer website.

The tracklisting of 'Weezer' will be:

'Troublemaker'
'The Greatest Man That Ever Lived (Variations on a Shaker Hymn)'
'Pork and Beans'
'Heart Songs'
'Everybody Get Dangerous'
'Dreamin''
'Thought I Knew'
'Cold Dark World'
'Automatic'
'The Angel and the One'

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