INGLEWOOD, CA - DECEMBER 12: Musician Rivers Cuomo of Weezer performs onstage during 106.7 KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas 201
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Fresh off announcing their self-titled 10th studio album, which will be forever dubbed "The White Album," Weezer dropped by live NBC sitcom Undatable to perform two recent singles, "Thank God for Girls" and "Do You Wanna Get High?" 

"Thank God" – which begins with around 18 minutes left in the above clip – find frontman Rivers Cuomo belting and borderline-rapping as the band whips up a sturdy alt-rock chug. Throughout the performance, the Undateable cast perform random acts in the audience: Chris D'elia flexes without a shirt, and David Fynn, decked out in glammy Bowie attire, holds a sign reading "GOODYBE STARMAN." The band rips into "Get High?" over the final credits, though only a snippet is available in the video.

Along with their latest color-coded LP (out April 1), the band recently announced a summer tour with Panic! at the Disco. They also premiered the video for new song "King of the World," which will appear on the new album, alongside their previous two singles.