Green Day's first salvo from their upcoming album trilogy was "Oh Love," an arena-sized slab of pop-rock that ends ¡Uno!, the first of three upcoming albums. Next comes a profanity-laced cut in the form of "Let Yourself Go," and it finds the band firmly back in their carefree pop-punk guise.
They've also let loose an accompanying video. Filmed at the band's secret club show in Austin last November, it shows Green Day trying out the song in a smaller setting than their used to these days. The track's blunted beats and throwback vocals suit the clip well, connecting their past and present in beautifully shot black-and-white. Watch it below.
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