Imagine sitting around the campfire with friends and belting out Weezer's "Say It Ain't So" to your heart's content. That could be a reality sooner than you think if Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo has his way. The singer revealed that the band are planning to start a summer camp in the near future.

As NME reports, Cuomo was being interviewed by Australia's Herald Sun to promote Weezer's upcoming January tour Down Under when he was asked what other ventures the group had in mind. "We'd like to put together some sort of Weezer camp, but we're just beginning to talk about it, so I don't have any details yet," Cuomo said.

A summer camp would follow up Weezer's journey on the sea earlier this year as part of the Weezer Cruise. The five-day trip featured performances from the "Buddy Holly" hitmakers, as well as Dinosaur Jr., Sebadoh and more.

Cuomo also expressed interest to launch a tour playing Weezer's 2008 release, The Red Album, in its entirety. "There's plenty of people who want to see the first few albums so we're happy to do it," Coumo states. "Personally the next album I'd like to do is The Red Album which came out in 2008."

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