Weezer Release Music Video For 'L.A. Girlz'

02/19/2016
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(Radio.com) One day after debuting their new song "L.A. Girlz" off their upcoming White album, Weezer released a music video for the song. The narrative focuses on a young boy dressed like Rivers Cuomo.

As he walks along the beach to wait at Lifeguard Tower 28, the boy snapchats several messages, including one that reads, "I am the King of Rock and Roll…Completely."

Presumably he's sending these snaps to L.A. girls, but alas he doesn't get a reply. Until he does…from a female body builder dressed in a black bikini. The two strike poses, and twirl in the sand together to the song's repetitious line, "Does anybody love anybody as much as I love you baby?" Love in the sand doesn't last long, though. Watch it here.

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