A video for the song features Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz as a rideshare driver taking the longest drive of his life.

(October 11, 2018) -- Today, Weezer have revealed the first song from their forthcoming, long-anticipated record The Black Album, set for release in 2019 via Crush Music/Atlantic Records. The song -- entitled “Can’t Knock The Hustle” -- was produced by TV On The Radio’s Dave Sitek, with whom the band worked for the first time. The song premiered this morning via iHeartRadio at 8 am EST, and follows the band’s smash hit cover of “Africa” by Toto.

A video for the song, starring Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz as a rideshare driver taking the longest drive of his life, and produced by Jerry Media (founded by @FuckJerry), is also up now. Also, check out hastaluegoadios.com for some classic Weezer fun.

Watch the band's video:

Following a rapturously received summer tour, Weezer will be returning to the road with Pixies this spring for a run of highly anticipated North American arena dates. Produced by Live Nation, the 21-city tour will kick off March 8th in Louisville, KY and make stops in Montreal, St. Louis, Portland, and more, before wrapping April 12th in Las Vegas, NV.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, October 19th at 10 am local time at LiveNation.com. See full itinerary below.

  • 3/8/19 Louisville, KY @ KFC Yum! Center
  • 3/10/19 Columbia, SC @ Colonial Life Arena
  • 3/13/19 Montreal, QC @ Bell Centre
  • 3/14/19 Albany, NY @ Times Union Center
  • 3/16/19 Mashantucket, CT @ Foxwoods Resort Casino
  • 3/17/19 Baltimore, MD @ Royal Farms Arena
  • 3/19/19 Columbus, OH @ Schottenstein Center
  • 3/20/19 Grand Rapids, MI @ Van Andel Arena
  • 3/22/19 Memphis, TN @ FedEx Forum
  • 3/24/19 St. Louis, MO @ Enterprise Center
  • 3/26/19 Kansas City, MO @ Sprint Center
  • 3/27/19 Tulsa, OK @ BOK Center
  • 3/28/19 Des Moines, IA @ Wells Fargo Arena
  • 3/30/19 St. Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center
  • 3/31/19 Madison, WI @ Alliant Energy Center
  • 4/5/19 Nampa, ID @ Ford Idaho Center Arena
  • 4/6/19 Portland, OR @ Moda Center
  • 4/7/19 Vancouver, BC @ Rogers Arena
  • 4/9/19 Sacramento, CA @ Golden 1 Center
  • 4/10/19 Oakland, CA @ Oracle Arena
  • 4/12/19 Las Vegas, NV @ Mandalay Bay Event Center

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