Why See Weezer?
The Weezersance Continues
Released in May 1994, Weezer's Blue Album shook American alt rock free of its mourning for the end of grunge and took things in a new, brighter direction. Bursting with hooks, surf music harmonies and pop culture references, tracks like 'Buddy Holly' and 'Undone (The Sweater Song)' turned Weezer into everyone's favorite rock nerds. Thoughout the 00s though, it seemed Weezer may be losing their touch, with a string of releases that failed to connect with their old fanbase.
Rivers and Co. came roaring back to life in 2014 with Everything Will Be Alright in the End, a gloriously melodic return to form, and a lyrical reconciliation with any fans they may have lost along the way. The Weezersance continued with last year's White Album, and with a new record in the works (we've only heard lead single 'Feels Like Summer' so far) Weezer are looking to make it three in a row. Catch them playing new material, alongside all the classics, when they hit Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO, Closed October 7, 2017.
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