Green Day are a group with their eyes firmly on the future as they continue to support 2016's Revolution Radio. With another North American trek on the horizon, they're keeping the momentum rolling forward, while simultaneously offering some nods to their past in the freshly released "Revolution Radio" music video.

The punks have a bit of fun with their old days in this latest video. The clips alternate between Green day performing in the present day in a rehearsal space and shots of their earliest performances, some of which have frontman and guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong sporting bleached blond hair and bassist Mike Dirnt rocking an old school Metallica t-shirt from the ...And Justice for All era. There's also a brief shot of the words "Sweet Children" painted on a beam in the current shots, a nod to the original name of the trio.

Revolution Radio is the 12th studio album by Green Day and it hit the top of the charts when it was released last October. The title track was the third single to be released from the record, following "Bang Bang" and "Still Breathing."

Green Day spent much of the spring touring with Against Me!, and will return to the road later this summer, kicking off the next leg of their tour Aug. 1 and a list of all upcoming stops can be found here.

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