Published Jan 16, 2020Green Day have shared a new song from their upcoming record Father of All… The track is called "Oh Yeah!" and arrives today alongside a Malia James-directed music video.
The visuals see the band combatting social media obsession in true Green Day fashion — by complaining about it loudly. Tré Cool, Mike Dirnt and Billie Joe Armstrong all make an appearance in the video.
According to the song's YouTube description, the band sampled Joan Jett's cover of "Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah)," originally written by convicted pedophile Gary Glitter. As such, Green Day have pledged to donate all proceeds from the track to the International Justice Mission and the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network.
"BTW we sampled a song from the great Joan Jett's Bad Reputation album," the description reads. "One of the writers on that song is a total asshole so we're donating our royalties from this song to IJM and RAINN."
"Oh Yeah!" arrives after the release of the band's NHL partnered "Fire, Ready, Aim," as well as the Father of All… title track.
Father of All… arrives February 7 via Reprise/Warner. The record follows 2016's Revolution Radio.
Green Day will also be going on "The Hella Mega Tour" with Weezer and Fall Out Boy this summer. See those dates here.