Green Day faces a dilemma

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Green Day has just published “ Dilemma », song taken from their next studio album, « Saviors », which will be released in January.

Green Day find themselves stuck in a chaotic carousel in the music video for their latest single, “ Dilemma “. Directed by Ryan Baxley, the clip shows Billie Joe Armstrong trying to retrace his steps in his head as he wakes up face down on the ground without really knowing how he got there: he lost track somewhere between the fifth and the tenth drink of the night.

““Dilemma” is one of those songs that was easy to write because it was very personal to meArmstrong said in a statement. We have seen so many of our peers struggle with addiction and mental illness. This song is about the pain that comes from these experiences. »

As the song progresses, color returns to the world of Green Day. No longer lost in a haze of black-and-white memories as they move from bar to bar and party to party, they must face the harsh truths revealed in their sober state. .

Dilemma » will appear on Green Day’s next studio album, Saviors, which will be released on January 19. The single follows the release of “ The American Dream Is Killing Me ” And ” Look Ma, No Brains! “. “ We’ve never been more excited to release new music than with Saviors, an album intended to be played live, togethersaid the group in a press release. So let’s go ! »


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