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Our Favorite Songs Right Now: Green Day, Miranda Lambert and More

Also, Radiohead revives ‘Kid A’ classic, Chance the Rapper pal Noname steps out solo

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Hear the latest from Green Day, Father John Misty and Miranda Lambert, along with other current Rolling Stone favorites.

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Green Day's return is the big rock news of the moment, but our latest Rolling Stone playlist takes you deeper, from Radiohead's appropriately Trump-timed live revival of "The National Anthem" to Miranda Lambert's ode to the (newly) single life. You'll also hear the moody latest from Warpaint, a standout track from Chicago R&B up-and-comer Noname and a surprisingly unironic love song from Father John Misty. Scroll through to hear the rest of our picks.

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Green Day, “Bang Bang”

Green Day's first studio album in four long years is out in October, and its first single is a harrowing punk rager, sung from the perspective of a mass shooter drunk on twisted fame. They've never channeled American angst so terrifyingly.

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Noname, “Sunny Duet”

Chicago rapper-poet and Chance the Rapper pal Noname kicks some lithe, fluttery R&B with a summer-stoop vibe. It's like vintage Erykah Badu at her most optimistically chill. 

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Mac Miller feat. Anderson Paak, “Dang!”

Confessional rapper Miller serenades his own amazing skill at getting dumped by women on a bright dance jam with L.A. soul visionary Paak that turns relationship misery into a party.

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Warpaint, “New Song”

The moody L.A. rockers have a new album influenced by Outkast and Björk; the dubby grooves and sinewy guitars here evoke a predatory glide through the Southern California night.

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Miranda Lambert, “Vice”

The country queen drops her first song since divorcing Blake Shelton, and it's a smoldering heartbreak burner full of bleary synths and dark guitar churn. She hasn't exactly been sitting around reading Blake's old letters: "7 a.m. with shoes in my hand," she sings, making the walk of shame feel like an act of steel-belted resilience.

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