Green Day have premiered a new video for their new song “Oh Yeah!.” This track is from the band’s new album “Father Of All Motherfuckers,” which will be released on February 7. The group commented:
“It’s time to put the phones down and listen to Oh Yeah! We think Joan Jett is a total badass so we sampled one of her songs off Bad Reputation. Turns out one of the writers on that song is a complete asshole so we’re donating our royalties from Oh Yeah! to International Justice Mission and RAINN“
The track listing for Green Day’s new album “Father Of All Motherfuckers” (out February 7) appears to have surfaced online. A fan has claimed to have received an anonymous package containing an empty vinyl sleeve featuring the below back cover:
If the image is legit, “Father Of All Motherfuckers” will feature the following tracks:
01. “Father Of All…”
02. “Fire, Ready, Aim”
03. “Oh Yeah!”
04. “Meet Me On The Roof”
05. “I Was A Teenage Teenager”
06. “Stab You In The Heart”
07. “Sugar Youth”
08. “Junkies On A High”
09. “Take The Money And Crawl”
“Imagine my surprise when an anonymous package, postmarked from California, arrived in my mailbox containing the album we’ve all been waiting for, Green Day’s Father Of All Motherfuckers which isn’t due out until February 7, 2020! Alas, my initial excitement was only slightly dampened when it turned out the package contained just the vinyl sleeve for Green Day’s 13th studio album and did not include any type of insert, but I certainly wasn’t complaining.”
A hardcore group called Wacko recently made headlines after playing a show at the Denny’s in Santa Ana, CA. The crowd at the concert ended up causing about $1,800 worth of damages, which 17-year-old promoter Bryson Del Valle was left to pay for. Wacko launched a GoFundMe to help cover the costs, while Bryson also launched his own fundraiser. Notably, the story ended up catching the attention of Green Day, who decided to donate $2,000 to help Bryson out. Overall, about $4,700 has been raised.
Green Day were among the artists that performed at the 2019 “Game Awards” last night (December 12). The group performed “Welcome To Paradise” in honor of the 25th anniversary of “Dookie,” as well as the title track of their new album “Father Of All Motherfuckers” (out February 7). In other news, the group also announced a six-song expansion pack for Beat Saber, which includes “Fire, Ready, Aim,” “Father of All Motherfuckers,” “American Idiot, “Holiday,” “Boulevard of Broken Dreams,” and “Minority.” That DLC is available now.
Green Day will be performing at the West Coast edition of “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest.” That event will air on December 31 at 8 PM on ABC. In other news, the band’s covers side project, The Coverups recently performed at the Tiki Bar in Costa Mesa, CA and they decided to close the show with a surprise Green Day set. You can see footage of that below:
Green Day are set to perform at the 2019 “Game Awards” on Thursday (December 12) and now it looks like they will be making a video game announcement as well. According to PSLS, “Game Awards” founder Geoff Keighley confirmed the news during a livestream, saying the band have a “really awesome video game announcement they’ll be making.” It is unknown what that announcement is, but many have assumed that it will be an expansion pack for Beat Saber.
Green Day were among the artists that performed at the 2019 American Music Awards last night (November 24). The band kicked off their set with the title track of their new album “Father Of All Motherfuckers” (out February 7), before rocking “Basket Case” in honor of the 25th anniversary of “Dookie.” You can see footage of that below: