Weezer Announce New Album Details

The band are also set to release a single next month

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Weezer have announced that their 7th album will be called ‘Raditude’ and will be released in the US on October 27.

In an interview with Spin.com, singer Rivers Cuomo explained that the name ‘Raditude’ came from ‘The Office: An American Workplace’ star Rainn Wilson.

Cuomo said: “He has a super-rock persona.

“When it came time to find a title for the Weezer album, I asked him what he thought the ultimate album title would be and he said ‘Raditude.’

The record has been produced by Jacknife Lee and Butch Walker and includes single ‘(If you’re wondering if I want you to) I want you to’ which leaked online last week and is out in the US tomorrow (August 25).

The UK release dates are yet to be announced.

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