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Nov 9, 2016
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Much like their sound, Green Day's artistic vision when it comes to their music videos has evolved through time.

From introducing their kooky side in such hits as "Basket Case" and "When I Come Around," to baring their adolescent angst in "21 Guns" and "Jesus Of Suburbia," the visual packaging of the pop punk trio's music has been a reflection of the band's overall maturity.

And now that Billie Joe Armstrong (vocals, guitars), Tré Cool (bass), and Mike Dirnt (drums) have reached peak adulthood, it's rather fitting that their music videos are less flamboyant, but still evocative of that good ol' Green Day jam.

A prime example would be their latest offering, the new track "Still Breathing," which we could only describe as a poignant portrayal of normal people surviving their daily struggles.

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