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Weezer Shares New Single ‘All My Favorite Songs’

Weezer Shares New Single ‘All My Favorite Songs’

All systems go for Weezer’s new album OK Human with the release of “All My Favorite Songs.” Made by a handful of humans for all humans to consume, the lead single sets the tone of the upcoming record announced earlier this week.

Inspired by the Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds and paying tribute to Radiohead’s 1997 OK Computer album title, OK Human is “a Technicolor symphonic spree that meditates on how over-and-under-connected we all are, particularly in a year where we can see each other with greater ease, but can’t be physically near each other at all.”

Weezer’s upcoming offering was produced using only analog technologies and a 38-piece orchestra during the summer of COVID-19. “OK Human was made at a time when humans-playing-instruments was a thing of the past. All we could do is look back on ancient times when humans really mattered and when the dark tech-takeover fantasy didn’t exist,” the band said in a statement. “We used our instruments to connect to the 1960’s and 1970’s and, with the orchestra, back to the 18th and 19th centuries. We had no click track or loops or hi-tech sounds. Not even an electric guitar.”

OK Human arrives on January 29 and is available for pre-order here. Weezer’s Van Weezer will follow OK Human on May 7, which features the already shared singles “The End of the Game,” “Hero,” and “Beginning of the End.”

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Stream and download “All My Favorite Songs” on digital platforms here and watch the Colin Read-directed visuals below:

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