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Weezer revel in “California Snow” on new song: Stream

An '80s-inspired cut lifted from the upcoming thriller Spell

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Stream Weezer "California Snow" song
Weezer, photo by Ben Kaye

    Winter isn’t really much of a thing in SoCal, but hasn’t stopped Weezer from fantasizing about dips in the temperature and flurry-filled afternoons. At least, that’s what Rivers Cuomo and the band do on their new song, “California Snow”.

    “Walk soft with a big stick, when I play guitar it’s sick,” Cuomo remarks on the synth-laden, ’80s-inspired cut. “This is the definition of flow, nobody as cold as this.”

    The new track was penned specifically for the soundtrack to Spell, a forthcoming thriller featuring a score written by Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump. Set to hit theaters September 23rd, the film boasts a cameo from Cuomo himself.

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    Hear “California Snow” below.

    Weezer recently covered Blink-182 hit “All the Small Things”, as well as — as if anyone could forget — Toto’s “Africa”. Their last full-length, Pacific Daydream, dropped October 2017.

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