There are currently four live Weezer songs streaming on YouTube but you need patience if you're looking for a specific moment.
The group went on KROQ this morning to play tunes and talk about their forthcoming album Everything Will Be Alright In The End. The set included a few new tunes and an old classic.
But there are a couple catches:
- You won't be able to skip through the video - it's just a "live" repeated stream that will loop through the session.
- The stream will only be available for 24 hours.
It's probably worth it for fans to wait out "Go Away," which features Bethany Cosentino of Best Coast. You can thank Twitter for bringing the two artists together, according to frontman Rivers Cuomo.
"It was definitely through Twitter," he said. "I think it was a mutual fan of ours tweeted something to both of us and said hey, Weezer and Best Coast should do a song together. And we were like, 'Yeah.'"
With Everything Will Be Alright In The End due next week, Weezer released the official video for "Back to the Shack" a few days ago.
Our own Carolyn Menyes broke it down:
That's really the entire premise behind "Back to the Shack..." No frills, no gimmicks, no YouTube video stars... just Weezer rocking out on the moon. There are little hints of a deeper storyline, Cuomo's "Sebastian" label on his shirt, for instance, calls back to the "Weezer Wednesdays" promo videos the band has been rolling out since before the Everything Will Be Alright in the End album announcement.