Different sounds from the band but they all sum up the title of the album perfectly.
The much anticipated 11th album from the LA rockers is finally available on all good streaming services and music shops.
The band had already released 4 songs from the album: Mexican Fender, Beach Boys, Weekend Woman and Happy Hour, which all remind myself personally of an album that would make for good listening on a hazy summer afternoon, and makes me rather envious of anyone in a nicer location than the offices at This Is Noise HQ, hard to beat but it’s doable…just.
Give it a listen below:
The Weekly Playlist is back again for another week, featuring a variety of rock music from the latest releases to some absolute classics you may not have listened to in a while.
This week we have new releases from Frank Turner, Roam and Waterparks, as well as the latest single from Weezer called ‘Happy Hour’ which will feature on their new album Pacific Daydream. We also have classics from Guns N Roses, Metallica and Van Halen which was also a cracking track to play on Guitar Hero with the banging solo at the beginning of the song.
Also introducing Finn Doherty to this week’s playlist with his song ‘Bruv’ a singer/songwriter local to Norwich and North London.
Check it out below:
- Rise Against – Intro/Chamber The Cartridge
- While She Sleeps – Hurricane
- Guns N’ Roses – Welcome to the Jungle
- Metallica – One
- Royal Blood – Lights Out
- Foo Fighters – These Days
- Green Day – Jesus of Suburbia
- Slipknot – Duality
- Waterparks – Blonde
- Neck Deep – In Bloom
- Finn Doherty – Bruv
- Weezer – Happy Hour
- Frank Turner – There She Is
- ROAM – Playing Fiction
- Tonight Alive – Temple
- The Sherlocks – Live for the Moment
- Primal Scream – Loaded
- Four Year Strong – Heroes Get Remembered, Legends Never Die
- BlackWaters – Fuck Yeah
- Liam Gallagher – Greedy Soul
- Van Halen – Hot For Teacher
More cool art work and another single coming from the new album
Building up to the release of Pacific Daydream, coming out on the 27th October, Weezer release another single called Happy Hour, which joins previously released singles: Weekend Woman, Beach Boys and Mexican Fender.
All the songs so far have a sound that would be perfect lazy summer listening which is summed up pretty well from their Facebook post saying “like many cool weezer songs has a sad message wrapped in a sunny package.”
Check out the song and their post about the new song below
Intoducing the This is Noise weekly playlist!
A compilation of what has been playing on our Spotify’s throughout the week.
This week’s playlist includes the latest singles from Shed Seven, Don Broco and Marmozets as well as some absolute classic tunes we couldn’t resist listening back to from Cage the Elephant, Wolfmother and The Rasmus.
This will be a feature that runs every Monday which will include the songs we have been listening to throughout the week before, which will include anything from the latest songs released to personal favourites. We hope you enjoy!
Let us know what you think of this week’s playlist in the comments below: –
Straight from their upcoming album, Pacific Daydreams, Weezer are back and it sounds as light hearted, with a summery sound that almost makes you forget that we are now ankle deep in Autumn.
Karl Koch, the unofficial fifth member of the band, took to their Facebook account saying that the track “takes him back to the old days of the band” and that the “Massive harmonies and sad melodies are what makes Weezer…Weezer”
Check it out for yourself below: