It sounds like Green Day fans are finally getting to hear new music very soon, and we can’t contain our excitement. 

On the Kerrang! Radio show “Breakfast with Sophie K.,” the big announcement was made that a new song from the band is coming next week. 

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Apparently, the new track is coming July 19th at 5 p.m. Because Kerrang! is UK based, that probably means the song will drop at 12 p.m. EST. 

You can listen to the announcement in a screen recording that was posted on this thread. We’ll just have to wait and see if the news is true and what the new song will sound like. 

Last December, we learned that new Green Day music might be coming this year. Billie Joe Armstrong previously confirmed that they’d be releasing new music following 2016’s Revolution Radio. 

During an Instagram live, many Green Day fans noticed Billie Joe himself had chimed in on the conversation.

“I’m writing new songs for gd now,” the frontman shared.

Obviously fans were quick to screenshot the comment, one of which you can see below:


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More Green Day news

The Longshot, a side-project with Armstrong, just finished a tour where they were apparently feeling nostalgic because they covered Green Day songs at the shows.

The band’s tour was very intimate. The setlist featured songs from their Love Is For Losers album, as well as several surprises.

The Longshot stuck solely to the 2012 trio Uno! Dos! And Tre! They performed “Stay The Night” “Fell For You” and “Missing You” in Oakland on June 7 and 8.

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The band also covered “As Tears Go By” by The Rolling Stones’ at the shows.

The Longshot consists of Armstrong, Jeff Matika, David Field and Kevin Preston.

What do you think of Green Day possibly releasing a new song? Sound off in the comments down below!

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