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Weezer Kick Off ‘SZNZ’ Project with Release of ‘SZNZ:Spring’ EP

Rock favourites Weezer have announced details of their ambitious new project, the ‘SZNZ’ series. Read all about it here.




Weezer has revealed details of one of their most exciting projects to date: SZNZ, a four EP song cycle of sorts.

SZNZ will be released at the start of every season via Crush Music/Atlantic Records. Each EP will offer its own palette of colours, creatures, and emotions to explore. They’re also being created in real-time, made in tandem with the season themselves; the band only just finished SZNZ: Spring, and have yet to begin work on SZNZ: Summer, SZNZ: Autumn, and SZNZ: Winter. Once they’ve all been released, however, the EPs will create an incredible collection of some of Weezer’s best songs yet.

SZNZ: Spring, which was produced by Jake Sinclair, Ethan Gruska, and Suzy Shinn, will be released on March 20th, which is the spring equinox. It features the band’s highly addictive new single, “A Little Bit Of Love,” which you can listen to here.

Weezer will be debuting “A Little Bit Of Love” on March 21st as the first instalment of a seasonal residency they will be doing throughout the year on Jimmy Kimmel Live!. The four-piece is the first band to ever do a residency on the acclaimed late-night show.

Later this year, the band head across to Europe to join Green Day and Fall Out Boy on the long-awaited Hella Mega Tour.

Tour Dates:

06/19 – Vienna, Austria – Ernst-Happel Stadion
06/21 – Antwerp, Belgium – Antwerps Sportpaleis
06/22 – Groningen, Netherlands – Stadspark
06/24 – London, United Kingdom – London Stadium
06/25 – Huddersfield, United Kingdom – John Smith’s Stadium
06/27 – Dublin, Ireland – Marlay Park
06/29 – Glasgow, United Kingdom – Bellahouston Park
07/02 – Paris, France – Paris La Defense Arena

Artwork for ‘SZNZ: Spring’ EP by Weezer

I have an unhealthy obsession with bad horror movies, the song Wanted Dead Or Alive and crap British game shows. I do this not because of the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll lifestyle it affords me but more because it gives me an excuse to listen to bands that sound like hippos mating.