Weezer returns from a covers journey, but still play a game of homage in the video with frontman Rivers Cuomo and crew seeiming right at home in Mister Roger's Neighborhood — at least, until things get a bit dark toward the end.
Nostalgia rules with this new one off Weezer's "Teal Album" of covers in which we flashback to singer Rivers Cuomo's childhome where he and the band — played by actor Finn Wolfhard's band Calpurnia — takes on "Take On Me," complete with animation.
After ceding the frontman role to Weird Al in his last video, Weezer's Rivers Cuomo let's Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz take the wheel in a video that may have you rethinking your plans to become a DIY taxi driver.
OK, I give up. This is perfect. A loose remake of Weezer's debut video "Undone" as the music video for their remake of Toto's "Africa," but with master parodist Weird Al Yankovic sitting in for frontman Rivers Cuomo.
If you're tired of singing those Lee Greenwood and Toby Keith songs, Weezer have a new patriotic replacement. But those two guys don't have Patton Oswalt rockin' out in the Oval Office in their video, do they? What a country.
Weezer mainman Rivers Cuomo learns that there's no faking a perfect look when it comes to a basic "hot or not" dating app. Nope, the key to capturing Best Coast singer Bethany Cosentino's is good old-fashioned real world subterfuge.
Weezer skip the shack and go to the moon in this kickass performance video that may violate the laws of science that Neil deGrasse Tyson holds dear, but also knows that you should never let gravity (or the lack thereof) get in the way of rocking...