Six months after Green Day stopped by The Late Late Show to hype their then-new LP Revolution Radio, James Corden’s late-night program shared a second musical performance from that visit, with the Rock Hall trio performing their persistent new single, “Still Breathing.”
Green Day’s initial appearance in November featured a rendition of first single “Bang Bang,” and came just days after the band’s controversial performance at the American Music Awards where they chanted “No Trump/ No KKK/ No fascist USA” during the award show.
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“We didn’t rehearse it,” Armstrong told Corden at the time. “We’re just as much in shock as everybody else is about this … But I think with the AMAs [performance], it was a good start to challenge [Trump] on all of his ignorant policies and his racism.”
Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool are currently on the Australian leg of their Revolution Radio world tour. In June, Green Day will embark on a monthlong tour through Europe before returning to North America on August 1st to begin a six-week jaunt that concludes September 16th at Los Angeles’ Rose Bowl.