Weezer churned out two recent singles, the endearingly goofy "Do You Wanna Get High?" and "Thank God for Girls," Tuesday on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Both tracks will feature on the veteran alt-rock quartet's 10th studio album – another color-coded, self-titled LP destined to be known as "The White Album."
"Get High?" finds Rivers Cuomo reminiscing about recreational drugs over a sludgy power-pop riff, highlighted by a psychedelic wah-wah guitar solo around the two-minute mark. Like its studio counterpart, the "Girls" performance is built on descending, distorted riffs and Cuomo's quasi-raps.
Weezer's new album will be self-released on April 1st. The band announced the project – which follows 2014's Everything Will Be Alright in the End – last week, unveiling third single "King of the World." The quartet will embark on an expansive, co-headlining U.S. tour this summer with Panic! at the Disco. Prior to that trek, the band will play a run of solo shows, starting with a March 30th date in Brooklyn.