With the North American leg of their Revolution Radio tour on the horizon, Green Day has taken a break from their live shows to give fans a brand new music video. On Tuesday (June 13), the California-based band released the music video for their latest single, and album's title track, "Revolution Radio." The music video combines archival and new footage of the band performing at 924 Gilman Street, the Berkeley punk venue where the group formed.
About two minutes into the clip, there is a blink-and-you-miss-it reference to the band's original name, Sweet Children, which appear painted in white on a wooden plank. Even with the almost 30-year difference and some changes like the guys' hair color and age, some things do remain the same like 924 Gilman Street's interior and the fact that Green Day can still put on a show. Watch the music video for "Revolution Radio" above.
"Revolution Radio" is featured on Green Day's recently released record by the same name. The album was released back in October of 2016 through Reprise Records and instantly earned the number one spot on the Billboard 200 chart.
In support of Revolution Radio, Green Day will hit the road this summer for a massive summer tour. The North American leg of the Revolution Radio tour will kick off on Aug. 1 at the White River Amphitheatre in Auburn, Washington and wrap up on Sept. 13 at the Sleep Train Amphitheatre in Chula Vista, California. United Kingdom-founded act, Catfish and the Bottlemen, will open for Green Day during the full excursion. The complete list of tour dates can be seen here.