Even if Weezer fans aren’t thrilled with the band’s new songs ‘The Girl Got Hot’ and ‘I’m Your Daddy,’ bassist Scott Shriner gives us plenty to look forward to in a new interview with MOVE Magazine:
“There’s parts of what we’re doing these days that really, really get me happy and excited, and there’s parts of it that I’m still a little bit on the fence about,” Shriner says. “If people aren’t into some of the stuff that’s on this album, the next album will be completely different, and we’re not going to stop making records any time soon. We’re not going anywhere. To tell you the truth, I don’t think we’ve ever been this focused on continuing to move forward than we are right now.”
More of this interview is available here.
Despite their titles, TGGH and IYD aren’t horrible. And I do enjoy (If You’re Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To. And I am looking forward to October 27.
I think soon I should write a list about all the things I’m looking forward to. Some exciting things coming up.
And not all Weezer related.
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And I wonder what those “things” could be?!!!
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