Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo Says He Receives Fan Mail Meant for Incubus’ Brandon Boyd

Image Courtesy of Emily ShurAs the lead singer of a successful rock band, Weezer's Rivers Cuomo undoubtedly has experienced a lot of strange fan encounters. One of the strangest, by his own account, is that he keeps receiving fan mail meant for Incubus frontman Brandon Boyd.

"I get these elaborate fan packages, only they're not for me, they're for the singer of Incubus, Brandon Boyd," Cuomo tells Larry King on the talk show host's web series, Larry King Now. "The bizarre thing is it's happened at two different houses that I've lived in over the years."

"I didn't even forward it to Brandon," he continues. "I should though."

As far as Boyd and Incubus are concerned, they are probably concentrating on the two new EPs they will be releasing this year more than the missing fan mail.

Elsewhere in the interview, Cuomo reflects on Weezer's latest album, 2014's Everything Will Be Alright in the End, saying that the band was shocked at the positive reviews, given that they think critics always "kill" them.

"I've often wondered that," Cuomo replies when asked why he thinks critics don't like Weezer. "I've just kind of resigned myself, like 'Ok, this is our fate, we're one of those bands.'"

Other artists to have appeared on Larry King Now include Slipknot's Corey Taylor and Bleachers frontman and fun. guitarist Jack Antonoff.

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