Billie Joe Armstrong’s next album is full of his ‘No Fun Mondays’ covers
Now, the Green Day frontman is compiling all of his covers into a new full-length album.
Armstrong launched his No Fun Mondays series back in March at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Through his performances, he found a way to both occupy his time and bring entertainment to his fans.
"While we’ve all been in quarantine I’ve been reflecting on the things that matter the most in my life: family, friends, and, of course, music,” he says. “I figure if we have to spend this time in isolation at least we can be alone together."
Throughout the series, he has covered some legendary songs and artists including John Lennon's "Gimme Some Truth" and Don Backy's "Amico." He also performed "Kids In America" for Green Day's Mike Dirnt's birthday.
Now, Armstrong is taking his No Fun Mondays series one step further and is releasing a full-length album. Arriving on Nov. 27, the 14-track LP includes the previously mentioned covers along with "Corpus Christi," "Manic Monday" and more.No Fun Mondays
You can pre-order your copy of No Fun Mondays here.
In other Green Day news, Howard Stern recently revealed the real story behind the band's most controversial appearance on his show. According to the radio host, mixed communication led to the band performing a song that also took The Howard Stern Show off the air forever.
No Fun Mondays tracklisting
- I Think We’re Alone Now
- War Stories
- Manic Monday
- Corpus Christi
- That Thing You Do!
- You Can’t Put Your Arms Round A Memory
- Kids in America
- Not That Way Anymore
- That’s Rock ‘N’ Roll
- Gimme Some Truth
- Whole Wide World
- Police On My Back
- A New England
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