Posts Tagged ‘Green Day’

AUDIO: All Time Low – Longview (Green Day cover)

As part of Spotify‘s ongoing Green Day documentary series focusing on the band’s early stages of their career, aptly titled ‘Green Day: The Early Years’, Maryland pop-rockers All Time Low have become the latest band to contribute a cover from the punk rock trio’s ‘Dookie’ era of their catalogue, following Neck Deep, Taking Back Sunday, and Bayside.

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NEWS: Neck Deep, Taking Back Sunday, and Bayside cover ‘Dookie’ era Green Day!

Popular music streaming service Spotify have recently shared a documentary about punk rock trio Green Day and early formative years, aptly titled ‘Green Day: The Early Years’, and with that, a few of this generation’s current wave of bands influenced by their work have offered covers of songs from the band’s 1994 breakthrough LP, ‘Dookie’.

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NEWS: Hopeless Records release Green Day tribute EP, ‘Not Your American Idiots’!

As a tribute to Green Day, one of the biggest and most respected punk rocks bands of this generation, Los Angeles based label Hopeless Records have released a short 3-track EP, titled ‘Not Your American Idiots’, featuring acts from their roster performing some of the band’s biggest hits of their career.

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NEWS: Green Day headline British Summer Time Hyde Park on July 1st 2017!

They’re heading over for a UK tour in less than a week, but now Green Day and a bunch of support acts have been confirmed to appear at this year’s British Summer Time Hyde Park, presented by Barclaycard.

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NEWS: Billie Joe Armstrong (Green Day) shares distaste on Trump’s first week as President!

Far from one to remain quiet and subdued when faced with a unfavourable political presence or movement, especially in his home country of the USA, Billie Joe Armstrong, frontman for punk rock mainstays Green Day, has been incredibly vocal with his distaste towards now President Donald Trump, especially following his win in the November electoral vote.

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LYRIC VIDEO: Green Day – Troubled Times

Punk rock trio Green Day have just debuted a lyric video to accompany their song ‘Troubled Times’, which comes straight from the band’s most recent full-length output ‘Revolution Radio’, which dropped back in October. The video even features an appearance from US president-to-be, Donald Trump, who admittedly isn’t quite looking like himself.

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NEWS: Billie Joe Armstrong (Green Day) supports anti-Trump protests!

It’s no secret how Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong feels about the Republican presidential candidate and now US president-elect, Donald Trump.

However, Armstrong has now said in a recent interview with the BBC that he fully supports the anti-Trump protests that are taking place in the country following the election results last week (November 8th 2016).

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VIDEO: Green Day – Still Breathing

Punk rock legends Green Day have now unveiled a video to accompany ‘Still Breathing’, the second and latest single to be cut and lifted from their recently released twelfth studio full-length record, ‘Revolution Radio’.

You can stream and watch the video for ‘Still Breathing’ below:

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LYRIC VIDEO: Green Day – Youngblood

Along with the release of their latest LP ‘Revolution Radio’, legendary punk rock trio Green Day have unveiled a lyric video for ‘Youngblood’, the latest cut to be lifted from the album. 

You can check out the video for ‘Youngblood’ below:

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ALBUM: Green Day – Revolution Radio

Release Date: October 7th 2016
Label: Reprise Records
Website: www.greenday.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/greenday
Twitter: www.twitter.com/greenday

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The year is 1994, and Green Day have just released ‘Dookie’ – a fourteen track behemoth that catapults this simple, punk rock trio to the unprecedented heights of headline festivals slots and sell-out worldwide tours. In the following years and releases, Green Day try to maintain their superstar status with a string of meticulously crafted albums. While these were in no way bad, and by any other band’s standards they would be considered stellar records, they just weren’t ‘Dookie’.

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