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Green Day relaese their new Troubled Times Video and they take on Trump again!!!

Many of the world's artists have already been received and declined his invitation to take over Donald Trump this weekend, but it's okay to have Green Day say, not even make the first list.

The Pop-Punk have released a new animated video for their unique hard times to be, in their already harshly criticized the US president folds.

The clip, released on what is Martin Luther King's national holiday in the United States, unlike the ugly rhetoric Trump keeps photos of protest suffragists, civil rights activists and dissenting posters today that say, "Make America Hate Again."

In another striking image, the Ku Klux Klan hoods bare Trump's teeth, with hands clinging to the nuclear warheads.

"What good is love and peace on earth, when it's exclusive?" the band's frontman Billie Joe Armstrong sings, before the chorus repeats the call to arms, "We live in troubled times".

Not the first time, Green Day was sincere in his dislike of the new president.

A few days after Trump's election victory in November last year the band at the center of the American Music Awards was in an impromptu song: "No Trump, No KKK, No Fascist USA".

Grammy based in abundance during the administration of George W. Bush The only is the last track in the band Radio Revolution album, a return to the punk protest it deserves.

American Idiot, directed at Bush's 2004 album concept, was adapted in 2009 on a Broadway musical, and will make its Australian debut, seen in February this year, shortly before the band's May tour.

The Tony Award-winning musical follows three childhood friends after the Sept. 11 attacks and featured the band's music and a book by Armstrong and veteran director Michael Mayer (Spring Awakening).

In a Facebook post yesterday showed the producers of the series that the entire cast will be led by Australian guitarist The Living End Chris Cheney and Grinspoon leader Phil Jamieson.

The duo will share the role of St. Jimmy, a character played by Armstrong, Melissa Etheridge and Davey Havok of AFI in previous productions.

The show's producer Nick Skubj said "We had over 600 people from across the nation audition for parts and believe we have on board a collection of the most authentic and talented performers. Who better to portray this electric story than actual rock stars themselves?".


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