Green Day Break Free of the Melancholy in Video for ‘Still Breathing’
Green Day are back, but seem a little bit listless in their new video for "Still Breathing." The angsty rocker is featured on the band's latest album Revolution Radio.
In the video seen above, Billie Joe Armstrong is among several characters in the clip seemingly drifting off and initially engrossed in melancholy in their expression. Even his bandmates Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool seem a little lethargic, but as the song picks up with the message that they are still alive and still breathing, each person in the video manages to escape their lull and make strides to breaking free of their longing and listlessness. Watch as it all plays out above.
The catchy rocker is featured on Green Day's current album, Revolution Radio, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 Album chart in October. "Still Breathing" is the second single off the disc, following their raucous lead track "Bang Bang." You can purchase the album in a variety of ways at this location.
Green Day recently wrapped a leg of U.S. tour dates and do have some holiday radio festivals on the horizon. In 2017, they'll kick off the year in Europe before returning stateside for a North American run in March and April, then heading down under for dates in Australia and New Zealand in late April and May. At present, their current final scheduled dates will take place in Europe in June and July during festival season. See all of their scheduled dates here.
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