1) See You Tonight
2) Fuck Time
3) Stop When The Red Lights Flash
4) Lazy Bones
5) Wild One
6) Makeout Party
7) Stray Heart
9) Baby Eyes
10) Lady Cobra
12) Wow! That’s Loud
Even though Green Day's new album ¡Uno! just hit stores yesterday, the band has posted a teaser clip of new song "Lazy Bones," which is off the second part of the trilogy ¡Dos!. You can check it out in the replies. ¡Dos! hits retailers on November 13th.
Watch Green Day's full set from last night's iHeartRadio Music Festival in the replies. It ends with the band's set being cut short and frontman Billie Joe Armstrong going on an F-bomb-filled diatribe before smashing his guitar.
As you probably realized with Green Day announcing their own tour this morning, The speculated Pop Disaster Tour won't be happening. With that being said, Mark is up for the tour if they could make it happen. And if Blink's big news wasn't that, what do you think it is?
It looks like there could be a 10 year anniversary of the Pop Disaster Tour featuring Blink 182 and Green Day. Tom Delonge posted on instagram that big news was coming and Green Day said they would be announcing tour dates on Monday. The Pop Disaster Tour website was also updated today as well. Let the speculation begin...
It's that time of year again. The one day in the entire year where MTV plays music videos during primetime hours (well snippets at least). For a channel that only shows full length music videos in the wee hours of the night, I find it hilarious that this awards show is still a thing. Anyways, some of the artists we cover have a prominent role in tonight's spectacle. This year's breakout band fun. is nominated for a handful of awards, including "Best New Artist" where they'll be against Frank Ocean and Joe DeAndrea's favorite artists One Direction and Carly Rae Jepsen. Ocean will also be performing live, as will be Green Day and Taylor Swift, who will be slut-shaming someone. In...
Green Day will release two documentaries in the near future: one documenting the making of their forthcoming three-album trilogy, ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tre!, and another created from vintage (pre-Dookie) footage.