SZNZ: Autumn

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SZNZ: Autumn
EP by Weezer
Released September 22, 2022
Recorded 20212022
Label Crush Music/Atlantic Records
Producer(s) Tyler Cole, Suzy Shinn, Daniel Omelio
Weezer chronology
SZNZ: Summer
(2022)
SZNZ: Autumn
(2022)
SZNZ: Winter
(2022)
Singles from SZNZ: Autumn
  1. "What Happens After You?"

SZNZ: Autumn is an upcoming EP by Weezer, the third (of four) releases in the SZNZ series. It is set to release on September 22, 2022,[1] and will be produced by Tyler Cole and Suzy Shinn.

Overview

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According to Rivers Cuomo, the EP's sound will "reflect 'dance-rock' artists like Franz Ferdinand and The Strokes."[2] The album's thematic location is described as being "The Mount of Beatitudes, a hill in Northern Israel on the Korazim Plateau", with its thematic era being passion and the last supper, along with the Salem Witch Trials.

Track listing

Songs considered

See also

References

  1. @riverscuomo. (February 7, 2022). Twitter. Retrieved from https://twitter.com/RiversCuomo/status/1490837486926385152. Screenshot of the original tweet, File:Riverstwt feb722.png.
  2. Bienstock, Richard. (February 3, 2021). "Weezer have four – yes, four – new albums in the works" Guitar World. Retrieved from https://www.guitarworld.com/news/weezer-have-four-yes-four-new-albums-in-the-works.
  3. Cuomo, Rivers. (April 7, 2021). Mister Rivers' Neighborhood. Screenshot of the original message, File:Riverchat_francesca.png.
  4. Cuomo, Rivers. (September 25, 2021). Riverpedia. Archive of the original entry, Riverpedia archive - 09/25/2021.
  5. Cuomo, Rivers. (October 31, 2021). Riverpedia. Archive of the original entry, Riverpedia archive - 10/31/2021