Weezer Drops New Song "California Snow"

Track was written for the end credits of 'Spell'

September 20, 2018
Weezer at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards held at Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday February 12, 2017

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Weezer spent the summer riding the wave created it by its wildly popular cover of “Africa” by Toto. Now the band is back with a new track called “California Snow.” It was written for the end credits of the movie Spell - about an American illustrator who runs out of medication while mourning the death of his fiancée in Iceland.

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The song morphs from 80s-like synth pop to classic Weezer, while Rivers Cuomo sings lines like “Never worry ‘bout tomorrow ‘cause I’m living for today.” If that sounds like something a therapist might advise, it could be because Cuomo makes a voice cameo in Spell as a therapist. Now fans know what these billboards that have been spotted around Los Angeles recently mean.