Weezer dropped the song today giving fans another preview of their upcoming ninth LP Everything Will Be Alright in the End, being released on September 30th on Republic Records.
The band debuted the single on national radio and through their official YouTube account on Monday morning and music lovers and fans alike have rejoiced in the new music.
In the months leading to the release of Everything Will Be Alright in the End Weezer has released teasers of the album songs, giving fans a taste of what’s to come with samples of “Return to Ithaca,” “Ain’t Got Nobody,” and “The Wasteland.”
Weezer has been releasing these snippets as part of their #WeezerWednesdays YouTube series, keeping their over 60,000 fans on their toes in the hopes of more new music.
Weezer also made Everything Will Be Alright in the End available for pre-order today on their website and will be giving “Back to the Shack” its TV debut on The Late Night Show with Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday, July 23.
Everything Will Be Alright in the End was produced by Ric Ocasek, frontman of the Cars, who previously worked with the band on 1994′s Blue Album and 2001′s Green Album.
Listen to the “Back to the Shack” below!
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