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September 2019
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Billie Joe Armstrong has confirmed that work is underway on new Green Day music

Turns out, if you just ask people - they’ll come back and tell you! That’s nice eh?!
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Published: 1:10 am, December 11, 2018Words: Jamie Muir.
Billie Joe Armstrong has confirmed that work is underway on new Green Day music

Nearly two years has been since Green Day last released some music, so it feels about right that some new tunes are cooking up - as confirmed by frontman Billie Joe Armstrong himself.

Responding to a fan on Instagram, Billie Joe laid out that he was “writing new songs for gd now”. Now, we’re no rocket scientists (imagine if they left us in charge of that), but we reckon that GD may MAY stand for Green Day...

Long shot we know. 

New music will mark the first fresh material since the release of the band’s last studio album ‘Revolution Radio’, which saw them head back to UK shores for a string of shows including a big ‘ol night headlining London’s Hyde Park for British Summer Time.

Here’s hoping we’ll be jumping about to ‘King For A Day’ soon…

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