Green Day’s ‘Revolution Radio‘ video proves while things change they stay the same
Green Day‘s official video for their latest single ‘Revolution Radio‘, released a couple of days ago, proves while things change they stay the same.
That’s because the ‘Revolution Radio‘ video was filmed at 924 Gilman Street, the iconic Berkeley punk rock club where the band was founded. And it intersperses archival clips of Green Day playing there back when they first started out with the band playing there today.
And, sure, they may be older, although you honestly cannot tell, but how they play and how they look is pretty much the same. Punk and cool.
Meanwhile, Green Day’s newest album Revolution Radio was released in 2016, and the band is just kicking off a European tour to promote it.
The first European date is tomorrow, June 17th, and is close to my neck of the woods at the Nova Rock Festival in Burgenland, Austria.
The band will then play concerts in Hungary, Sweden, Germany, Ireland, the U.K. and Spain, and then head back to the United States to finish up their North American tour, which ends in Mexico City on November 19th.
You can get all the dates and ticket information on the Green Day website.
Meanwhile, watch Green Day’s official video for ‘Revolution Radio‘ below, and wonder what are those boys taking that they still look that damn good?