Green Day, the band was last seen in 2012 iHeart Radio Music Festival. They then waned from the public eye due to their chaotic behaviour at the stage. But now they are back again at iHeart Radio music festival with a bang.
Green Day is quite vocal on their discomfort and discontent with things. Consequently, they wrote a song during the reign of George W. Bush presidency slamming his actions. This 2004 song American Idiot echoed again in iHeart Radio music festival this year.
In addition to sparkling the night in Las Vegas, Nevada with their hit songs they repeated history in the rendition of American Idiot. They changed the lyric “I’m not a part of a redneck agenda” with “I’m not a part of a MAGA agenda,” pointing out Trump’s favourite red-hat motto “Make America Great Again.”
Green Day is set to release their new album, Father of All Motherfuckers, on Feb. 7, 2020. Billie Armstrong cleared that the album has political themes, but they are only inspired by Trump. That is to say, they are not pinpointing the President directly but want to show that they do not approve what he is doing. Trump does not matter much for them.
Green Day rounded swayed fans with “Holiday,” “Basket Case,” “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” and their latest single, “Father of All...,” a top 10 hit on Billboard’s Hot Rock Songs chart.
Green Day is collaborating with Weezer and Fall Out Boy for the Hella Mega Tour set in commence in March 2020. Fans are excited for their end product which is sure to give memorable music.
The band released a glimpse of its album yesterday titled “Father of all” which is gradually gathering a lot of views. The band describes it as bold and wild. Moreover, they encouraged their fans to wait patiently for the tickets that would be on sale from today morning.
So spend your time reliving their music and have a mischievous movement catching them live on CW TV.