Billie Joe Armstrong Covers The Avengers’ “Corpus Christi”

Three weeks ago, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong kicked off what he calls No Fun Mondays: Each week, he shares a cover of a song, freshly recorded from his home studio. So far, we’ve heard “I Think We’re Alone Now,” “You Can’t Put Your Arms Around A Memory,” and "Manic Monday" featuring Susanna Hoffs. This…

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Billie Joe Armstrong Reveals He’s Written 6 New Songs During Quarantine

We can probably all agree that we're living in strange and unsettling times right now. While people around the world self-isolate and go into quarantine, many are spending more time at home and have a lot more free time on their hands. Musicians have taken to livestreaming performances from their living rooms. Others are recording…

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Hear Billie Joe Armstrong’s Rendition Of “Manic Monday”

Two weeks ago, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong kicked off what he calls No Fun Mondays: Each week, he shares a cover of a song, freshly recorded from his home studio. So far, we've heard "I Think We're Alone Now" and "You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory." Today, Billie Joe shared a…

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Green Day Drops “Otis Big Guitar Mix” EP Of 3 Trilogy Songs

Remember how in August 2017, Green Day randomly shared the "Otis Mix" of their ¡Uno! song "Fell For You"? Never mind that the trilogy had come out five years prior and that the band was nearing the end of their Revolution Radio era. Well, never mind that their new album Father Of All... just came…

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Billie Joe Armstrong Covers “You Can’t Put Your Arms Around A Memory”

One week ago, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong shared a cover of the 1967 hit single “I Think We’re Alone Now,” originally by Tommy James And The Shondells. It was his first offering of distraction and comfort while we all self-isolate in the wake of COVID-19, but we now know it wasn't his last.…

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Billie Joe Armstrong Shares “I Think We’re Alone Now” Cover

Most of us are starting to feel the anxiety of self-isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic, and it's already leading to some comforting musical expression from the artists we follow. In addition to livestreamed concerts and inclusive art projects, some artists are starting to share new songs and covers. Today, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong…

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Billie Joe Armstrong Hints At More Green Day Music Coming In 2020

Last week, Green Day released their latest album, Father Of All... But even before the album was out, Green Day was hinting at plans to release more music in 2020. In a new interview Billie Joe Armstrong did with Zane Lowe today, it sounds like the band is still itching to release more music, even…

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Review: Green Day’s ‘Father Of All…’ Is Fun But Underwhelming

Green Day has been my favorite band for the last 15 years. American Idiot ushered me in, and while I went back and enjoyed their earlier albums, I also found myself loving each album that has come out since then. Yes, even the trilogy, which was polarizing among fans and casual listeners alike. So when…

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Green Day Celebrate Album Release With “Meet Me On The Roof” Video

Today Green Day released their new album, Father Of All... Following the singles "Father Of All...," "Fire, Ready, Aim," and "Oh Yeah!," today the band is celebrating the album release with one more. The celebratory song "Meet Me On The Roof" comes with a new music video. "Meet Me On The Roof" kicks off with…

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“Oh Yeah!” Is Green Day’s Best ‘Father Of All…’ Song Yet

Last week, Green Day announced "Oh Yeah!" as their third Father Of All... single. Following "Father Of All..." and "Fire, Ready, Aim," fans can now hear "Oh Yeah!," the best new song yet. "Oh Yeah!" begins with a familiar pumping drum beat, floating background vocals, and tight guitar and bass. They make a humming backdrop…

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Green Day Announce “Oh Yeah!” & Confirm New Album Tracklisting

One month from today, Green Day will release their new album, Father Of All... After some rumors circulating the last few weeks, the band has confirmed the traklisting for the album and announced their next single. First things first: the rumored tracklist - which included the back cover art for the album - is real,…

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