Weezer has previewed their latest clip from new track titled, "Ain't Got Nobody," and it sounds pretty rad. The 38-second black and white video opens with a key in the ignition followed by turning up the car radio. The initial driving guitar riff is reminiscent of "Hash Pipe," but then breaks off to a crashing chorus. If you listen closely in the beginning you can hear former MTV News correspondent, John Norris, in the background intro into a "Where are they now" about 1960s rock and roll band, The Astronauts.
Weezer has been previewing bits of tracks from its upcoming ninth studio album on YouTube naming it, "Weezer Wednesday." The band has been recording the follow-up album to 2010s "Hurley" with The Cars frontman, Rick Ocasek, which hopefully means this record will have a touch of new wave sound.
Meanwhile, you can catch Weezer this summer playing the Firefly Music Festival in Dover, DE on the shows final day, June 22. Check out the bands preview song above.