“One Eyed Bastard”, the new release from Green Day

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A final single from their next album.

Today we woke up with premieres and one of the ones that surprises us the most is green Day who, through Instagram, had announced one last preview before completely launching the Saviors. The topic is called “One Eyed Bastard” and has so many influences that remind us of various performers, this is a track where green Day It reminds us of its rawest version, an anthem that invites you to stand up and fight.

‘One Eyed Bastard’ started out just as a riff I had, almost like a Black Sabbath type riff. “Lyrically, I was simply reflecting on the bad times in life,” Armstrong explained in a press release.

The video is not far behind since it is an invitation to rebellion, all in animation style with the help of Rob Fidel.

Let’s remember that this single is followed by “Dilemma”, “Look Ma, No Brains!” and “The American Dream is Killing Me”these come from Saviors, their next studio material that will be released on January 19. Without a doubt, we can’t wait to listen to it since each song has reminded us of a different stage of the band and it is an album that all fans of the group will be able to enjoy. While that happens, run and listen “One Eyed Bastard” and rebel while it plays green Day background.


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