Watch Green Day perform on the New York subway

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Green Day came to play in the New York subway accompanied by host Jimmy Fallon.

As shown on social networks earlier this week, Green Day went to the New York subway to present songs from their new album, Saviors. The punk band was joined by Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon at the 50th Street station to perform the 1994 hit ” Basketball Case » and a cover of “ Feel Like Makin’ Love » from Bad Company.

Although only two songs were aired on the late night show, the Tonight Show released a bonus video featuring performances of two new songs, ” Dilemma ” And ” Look Ma, No Brains! », which appear on their latest album Saviorsas well as ” American Idiot “.

Saviorsthe band’s 14th album, is Green Day’s first album since Father of All Motherfuckers, released in 2020, and it includes the singles “ Dilemma “, ” The American Dream Is Killing Me ” And ” Look Ma, No Brains! “.

Green Day has planned a major summer tour in North America to promote Saviors and celebrate the respective 30th and 20th anniversaries of Dookie And American Idiot. The tour will begin July 29 in Washington and conclude September 28 in San Diego. Green Day will be supported by the Smashing Pumpkins, Rancid and the Linda Lindas.

On this tour, Green Day will perform these two historic albums in their entirety. “ What a fucking time it’s going to bebassist Mike Dirnt told WECB. We’ve never done anything like this before. And there’s a good chance we’ll never do it again. »


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