Green Day Cruises Around in a Convertible for New ‘1972’ Music Teaser

Green Day has released a snippet of brand-new music in another ‘1972’ teaser clip. The short video, which you can watch below, is the latest in a series of teasers shared by the band on social media in recent months.

The logo of frontman Billie Joe Armstrong’s obsolete Adeline Records appears in this new 10-second clip, which also includes footage of graffiti being sprayed, a studio, and the band driving around in a convertible car, all set to a soundtrack of frenzied new music.

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The numbers ‘1972’ appear on screen again at one point in the video. This recent teaser follows last month’s short video, which shows the trio discussing a melody and rehearsing a track that sounds similar to ‘The Static Age’ from 2009’s ‘21st Century Breakdown’.

Green Day previously uploaded a short video of themselves recording music at London’s RAK Studios, presumably for a new song, as well as another short video with a strange split-screen teaser showing Armstrong strumming an acoustic riff. The number ‘1972’ appears in all of the clips, causing many fans to believe that a new album with that title is on the way.

They’ve also tried to figure out what ‘1972’ signifies, with one fan noting that all three members of the band were born in 1972 – Armstrong, Mike Dirnt, and Tré Cool – and another fan adding: “1972? 50th birthday special?”

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Green Day’s most recent album, ‘Father Of All Motherf*****s,’ was released in 2020 and garnered a four-star review from NME. It was described as being a “good old knees-up”, free from the group’s usual politics.”

Green Day just performed at the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest to kick off their 2022 tour. They’ll tour the UK and Europe later this summer, including concerts with Fall Out Boy and Weezer on the ‘Hella Mega Tour.’