The three-piece released their twelfth album, 'Revolution Radio', last month
Green Day performed ‘Bang Bang’ on The Late Late Show with James Corden last night (November 23).
The punk trio, who released their twelfth album ‘Revolution Radio’ last month, played their second late night US chat show in a week, having performed ‘Bang Bang’ and the title track ‘Revolution Radio’ on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday (November 21).
Appearing as the musical guests on last night’s episode of the Corden-hosted show – which also saw the British host take on Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt in a rap battle – Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tré Cool (joined by live members Jason White and Jason Freese) performed the lead single from their new album.
Watch Green Day perform ‘Bang Bang’ below.
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The band also gave a short interview with Corden prior to their performance of ‘Bang Bang’, where they discussed their much-talked-about performance at the American Music Awards (AMAs) on Sunday (November 20).
“We thought our performance at the AMAs was a good way to start challenging Donald Trump on his ignorant policies and racism,” Armstrong explained.
Watch the full interview below.
Before their performance, James chats with Green Day about their AMA performance and what they would call an album made under a Donald Trump presidency.
Green Day will embark on a short UK tour in February, before playing a huge show in central London in July. See their live schedule – so far – for the UK in 2017 below.
February 5 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
February 6 – Manchester Arena, Manchester
February 8 – O2 Arena, London
July 1 – Hyde Park, London