American punk giants Green Day are due to release their new single ‘East Jesus Nowhere’ on October 19th.
The Green Day juggernaut just keeps on rolling. The band may be taking a break from touring their latest album ’21st Century Breakdown’ but it seems the trio are keen to branch out into different areas.
Last week Green Day premiered the new musical version of their spectacularly successful album ‘American Idiot’. Released in 2004 the record has become one of the defining rock albums of the decade, selling vast quantities around the world.
Green Day have turned the concept album into a new stage production, with the Californians turning up for the premiere.
The band’s inspiration doesn’t stop there, however, with Green Day also acting as the starting point for a new art exhibition. The group’s new album ’21st Century Breakdown’ is the theme for a new gallery in London.
Now Green Day are set to return to music with their new single. Taken from their latest album ‘East Jesus Nowhere’ is a stomping punk attack. The opening track of the album’s second act ‘Charlatans And Saints’ and a vital element of the ‘21st Century Breakdown’ concept, the single is a precursor to the band’s new UK tour.
Green Day are set to release their new single ‘East Jesus Nowhere’ on October 19th. The band’s UK tour now looks as follows:
19 Glasgow SECC
23 London O2 Arena
24 London O2 Arena
26 Sheffield Arena
27 Birmingham LG Arena
28 Birmingham LG Arena
30 Manchester MEN Arena
31 Manchester MEN Arena
1 London Wembley Arena