Weezer Release Out Of This World 'Back to the Shack' Video

(Radio.com) In space, no one can hear you scream. Rock? Well, that's another question entirely. In Weezer's new music video for "Back to the Shack," the rock quartet takes their act to the moon for a low-gravity, high-octane performance of the first single from upcoming album Everything Will Be Alright in the End.

Amid self-referential lyrics from frontman Rivers Cuomo ("Maybe I should play the lead guitar and Pat should play the drums," he sings as drummer Patrick Wilson tosses and catches a floating drumstick), the four-piece says no to an oxygen-filled helmet and yes to the lightning strap as they bound around the moon's surface, but mostly stick to a straightforward performance of the chugging, guitar-heavy track.

After planting an American flag because America, a giant W for Weezer - the band's symbol - rises from the ground behind them.

Watch the video here.

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