Weezer gets its own church in 'Thank God For Girls' video
Turns out the cannoli-packed clip for “Thank God For Girls” Weezer shared last month was only the song’s lyric video. The alt-rock titans shared a full-length clip for the new single Monday, and it might raise the bar of absurdity previously set.
The video depicts Weezer in white formalwear, emblazoned with the band’s famed logo, as they patrol the pews of what appears to be their own church. There’s plenty of gambling and partying — and, of course, a cameo from a cannoli. The “Thank God For Girls” video continues the theme of religious imagery the band has used as artwork for two of its singles this year.
Days after sharing “Thank God For Girls,” Weezer put out “Do You Wanna Get High?” The band hasn’t yet shared plans for a new album; it released its ninth studio album, Everything Will Be Alright In The End, in 2014. Check out the “Thank God For Girls” music video below.