Holy Cannoli, There’s A New Weezer Music Video

After leaking news of a new single exactly one month ago, everyone’s favorite So-Cal nerd rock outfit Weezer have just debuted a brand new video for their track “Thank God For Girls.”

Pretty ideal for alt-rock radio (yes, radio is still a thing), “Thank God For The Girls” is a fun, upbeat toe-tapper paired with a simple Cannoli-rific video bound to make any dessert enthusiast salivate.

Rushing to his band’s Facebook page to share the excitement of the new single, below is frontman River Cuomo’s thoughts on the latest release:       

“Oh my god you guys, the new single is amazing! After we played it last night, I turned to my plus one and said, with glee, “it’s no Back to the Shack!! Hands down Thank God for Girls is the far, far better song. I’m no music critic but I have no problem sharing my opinion on this.

I will say the band seems to be putting their all into it. There’s a spoken intro that reminded me of “Miss Sweeney” and a really pretty classic Weezer guitar driven melody. And Scott plays the keyboard on parts of it. I love the abrupt acapella ending, it showcases my voice.

The lyrics sound pretty out there and remind me of my tumblr work. Very unique, very different, a bit dark. (I especially love the Adam lyric parts) … that last line is gold.

I’m not a huge fan of rapped out sections in songs but there’s a lot of cool work going on here with harmonies. I think the music is really great, I’m a huge fan of organs being used and piano in the verse.

It’s a perfect mix of weezer past and future. The chorus soars on melodic wings. It rocks sooooo hard. I can’t really compare it to anything specific we’ve ever done. But I can’t wait for more!

I think this may be a big hit single. I hope I’m not overselling it but I think it’s great! (adventurous, brave, fun, compelling, rocking, and I just LOVE it.)

I love this song, I love weezer, and I love you! =w= OCTOBER 13!!! BUCKLE UP, HERE WE GO!”

For more from Cuomo regrading the new single’s off-beat lyrics, check out his Genius annotation here. Afterwards, the cannoli-filled video can be seen below.