The punk rock band exposes POTUS as a monster in the official clip for the previously unheard “Back in the USA,” which the group shared online Thursday,
That’s until Armstrong buys some sunglasses, which give him a full technicolor view of the world. Newspaper headlines, television commercials and posters suddenly take on a sinister new meaning.
After sharing his discovery with bandmates Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool, Armstrong enacts a plan to lift the wool from others citizens’ eyes.
It comes with some scary consequences for viewers as they realize that the American Dream is just a fantasy.
The video, released as part of the group’s promo for its new greatest hits album “God’s Favorite Band,” has been well received on Twitter:
It follows Green Day’s ripping of Trump in its “Troubled Times” video, released in January:
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