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Green Day Launches Punk Bunny Coffee, Announces Keurig Partnership

Wake me up when… the coffee finishes brewing! Building on the foundation of their decade-old Oakland Coffee brand, Green Day has introduced their new brand, Punk Bunny Coffee. The trio—Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt, and Tré Cool—has also partnered with Keurig Dr Pepper (KDRP) to further their commitment to sustainability. “For years, our band has been immersed in making damn good organic coffees with a strong focus on sustainability,” Dirnt shares in a press release. “Now in our 10th year, we are launching our new brand, Punk Bunny Coffee, and are proud to announce that we have been working closely… Read more »


LØLØ Transforms Green Day’s “Boulevard Of Broken Dreams” Into Acoustic Ballad

Following the release of her latest single “poser” last month, LØLØ has returned with a mesmerizing acoustic rendition of Green Day’s “Boulevard Of Broken Dreams.” The track appeared on the trio’s iconic American Idiot album. Marking the group’s seventh record released in September 2004, it spawned several GRAMMY nominations and won the award for ​​Best Rock Album. “Boulevard Of Broken Dreams” won the award for Record of the Year.  The cover arrives as a part of the Recording Academy/GRAMMYs Reimagined Series on YouTube. The series is designed to give emerging artists a chance to showcase a song and/or artist that… Read more »


Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong Performs With Courtney Love

Billie Joe Armstrong loves to have the time of his life whenever he performs. Especially when playing a 600-capacity venue with his side-project, The Coverups. This special stint at The Garage in the UK included a surprise guest performance with Courtney Love.  “Ladies and gentlemen, Courtney Love,” Armstrong introduced the singer halfway through their show. Love, while known for her relationship with late Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain, also fronted one of the main riot grrrl acts of the ‘90s, Hole. “My name is Courtney Love—you may not remember me. I’ve been living in a cave in Birmingham for about nine… Read more »


Green Day’s “Basket Case” Just Hit A Major Spotify Milestone

Green Day‘s arguably most iconic song, “Basket Case,” just hit a major milestone. The 1994 hit single is officially in the “billions club” with more than one billion streams on the platform. “American Idiot” is a close second with 898 million streams. Frankly, there’s no better way to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Dookie than with this milestone. Fortunately, fans will have the chance to celebrate this milestone by hearing it live during Green Day’s upcoming Saviors Tour. Here, the trio will be playing Dookie in full, as well as the entirety of American Idiot. Undoubtedly, fans will also be… Read more »


Green Day ‘Saviors’ Tracks Ranked

The day is finally here! Today marks the highly anticipated release of Green Day‘s fourteenth album, Saviors—a momentous occasion as the legendary trio unveils their first collection of new music in almost four years. As we delve into the 15-track album, each listener is bound to form their unique opinions, fall in love with and possibly loathe tracks based on moods, messages, and the overall approach to the sound and style. To add to the excitement, we’ve taken the liberty of ranking all the tracks based on our early listening experience—from favorites that resonated deeply, like “Bobby Sox” and “Father… Read more »


This Green Day Single Was Almost A 5 Seconds Of Summer Song

There’s no doubt that Green Day is “Still Breathing” and ready to rock. In a recent interview with People, frontman Billie Joe Armstrong revealed that a popular pop-punk boy band wanted him to write them a song. But Armstrong had a different thought about it. “All of a sudden, I was writing the lyrics, and I was like, ‘Oh my God, there’s no fucking way I’m giving these guys this song,’” he says about their Revolution Radio single, “Still Breathing.” 5 Seconds Of Summer asked him to pen a track for them, however, after Armstrong saw what he created, he… Read more »


Green Day Set To Perform ‘Dookie’ and ‘American Idiot’ In Full

If you’re excited about the upcoming Green Day tour and Saviors album, the year 2024 is about to be so much sweeter. Today, the band announced they will be playing both Dookie and American Idiot in full on The Saviors Tour. The Smashing Pumpkins, Rancid, The Linda Lindas, Nothing But Thieves, The Hives, and more, will be joining the trio on this historic run. This means that fans and concertgoers will get to hear older non-singles such as “Pulling Teeth” and will have the chance to hear the nine-minute “Homecoming” live. Of course, our fingers are crossed that new Saviors… Read more »


Green Day Shares Final Single “One Eyed Bastard” Ahead Of ‘Saviors’ Release

Ahead of the forthcoming release of their 14th LP Saviors, Green Day is sharing one final single today entitled “One Eyed Bastard.” The track is preceded by releases “The American Dream Is Killing Me,” “Look Ma, No Brains!,” and “Dilemma.” Animated by Rob Fidel, the accompanying new visuals perfectly pair with the pure punk riffs, certifiably catchy choruses, and urgent, revenge-centric lyrics. Plus, now that Mickey Mouse is in the public domain, he also made an appearance. Check out the visuals and “One Eyed Bastard” song below. “’One Eyed Bastard’ started off as just a riff that I had —… Read more »


This Isn’t The First Time Green Day Has Changed Their Lyrics

Green Day has always been a politically charged band. It comes as no surprise that entering an election year in 2024, the trio would have something to say regarding the upcoming climate our nation will soon face. On New Year’s Eve, Green Day performed their classic hit, “American Idiot” on the televised Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve special. The group has sparked controversy with the choice to change lyrics from the original tune, which was already incredibly political to begin with. Frontman Billie Joe Armstrong changed the “American Idiot” lyrics from “I’m not a part of a redneck agenda”… Read more »


Green Day Found Inspiration In Conspiracy Theories When Writing New Record

Green Day‘s music has always been rooted in politics. Take any of their singles as an example of this, especially when it comes to the likes of “Holiday” and “21 Guns,” which tackle the overall themes of war and American imperialism. In a recent Guardian interview, Green Day had the chance to expand upon the current political issues that are at the forefront of their minds and their music. With the release of their single “The American Dream Is Killing Me,” Billie Joe Armstrong sings, “The American Dream is killing me/When it’s all double-talk of conspiracy.” Conspiracy theories are actually… Read more »

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