Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong produces son's debut album – audio

Emily's Army's first LP is out in June

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Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong has produced his son Joey's band Emily's Army's debut album.

The album, 'Don't Be A Dick', will be released in the US on June 14 on Armstrong senior's own Adeline Records. Listen to the band's new single 'Broadcast This' by clicking below – for more about the band see their MySpace page,

The Green Day leader told Spin that Emily’s Army have "a lot of youthful punk rock attitude. They're raw. It's well played, has great hooks and is catchy as hell."

The tracklisting of 'Don’t Be A Dick' is:

'Broadcast This'
'Strictly For The Birds'?
'Rom Drom'
'Little Face'
'West Coast'?
'Statutory Brainrape'
'Burn Apollo'
'The Gutter'
'Regan Macneil'?
'I Wanna Be Remembered'
'Bad Cop'
'Loch Lomond'

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