Following the release of Weezer (The White Album), the band started working on what they known as “The Black Album,” but as they worked, they found the songs they were writing felt more like reveries from a beach at the end of the world. As a substitute of forcing a different direction, they started an entirely new album; Pacific Daydream used to be born.
Pacific Daydream – an album full of the melodic mastery and craftsmanship for which Weezer are known – is a record that navigates the uncertainty between reality and dreams, blurring the line between the listener knowing if they’re having a pipe dream the world of the album, or if the world of the album is having a pipe dream them. It is a record about finding the gray area between the black and the white, about escaping the on a regular basis into the fantasy of what could also be just down the line, but also maybe is not. It’s an album that sounds like the Beach Boys and The Clash fell in love by the ocean and had one hell of an amazing baby.
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