When it comes to punk music, Green Day are certainly one of the most progressive bands within the genre. Having drifted into more of a 'rock opera'-type of style, Green Day have released the new single 'Oh, Love' from their upcoming album, '¡Uno!,' the first of three discs the band will be releasing within a four-month period.

Back in 2004, Green Day had already carved themselves a legendary career, although they had been showing signs of reaching the end of their rope. Green Day took a chance with 'American Idiot,' which boasted epic songwriting along with a theatrical storyline. Needless to say, Green Day discovered not only critical praise and monumental results, but once again found themselves as one of the most important acts in mainstream music.

Eight years later, the band is unleashing yet another experiment in the form of the triple album, '¡Uno!', '¡Dos!' and '¡Tre!,' which will be released Sept. 25, Nov. 13 and Jan. 15, respectively.

Luckily, you won't have to wait any longer to hear some of the new Green Day material, as the single 'Oh, Love,' has been released by the group. The theatrical influence takes shape once again in 'Oh, Love,' which feels like a mix between new-school Green Day and Broadway, with even a hint of Queen thrown in the mix.

Listen to Green Day's 'Oh, Love' in the player below.

Green Day, 'Oh, Love'