Adam Devine Plays A Deranged Therapist In Weezer's 'California Snow' Video

It's been over a year since Weezer released "California Snow," their contribution to the film Spell, and now that the movie has officially released, the band shared the song's official video. The clip was directed by Brendan Walter, who also directed the film, and features the movie's star Barak Hardley, who's receiving some peculiar therapist treatment from none other than Adam Devine. The visuals alternate between the pair's interaction and scenes from the film. It gets more and more bizarre with each passing second, until finally ending with both men baring their chests and playing instruments while nightclub lighting suddenly illuminates the therapist office. By the end of the video, Devine declares Hardley cured.

Watch the strange "California Snow" video below.

Spell is described as follows in the video's YouTube description: "Following the unexpected death of his fiancée, an American illustrator embarks on a soul-searching journey across the isolated Icelandic countryside, only to become drawn into a supernatural world of ancient runes and secrets - unless it's all in his head. Produced by Crush Pictures and directed by Brendan Walter, Spell stars Barak Hardley, Jackie Tohn, Magnús Jónsson and Birna Rún Eiríksdóttir."

Get more info about Spell here.

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