The party appears to still be raging on the middle child in the three-volume assault, as evidenced by such titles as “F— Time, “Stop When the Red Lights Flash,” “Wild One,” “Makeout Party,” “Nightlife” and “Wow! That’s Loud.”
Among the other songs on the 13-song effort due November 13 are: “See You Tonight,” “Lazy Bones,” “Stray Heart,” “Ashley,” “Baby Eyes,” “Lady Cobra” and “Amy.”
A video for the ¡Uno! track “Troublemaker” has also dropped and it appears to be compiled from the footage being prepped for a pair of upcoming Green Day documentaries . The clip consists mostly of in-the-studio shots of the band recording the song. In it, we see singer Billie Joe Armstrong mostly sitting down while singing and wearing a newsboy checkered cap, white shirt and grey Dickies, mixed with live shots of the trio playing the song in a club.
In late September, Green Day announced that Armstrong was seeking help with unspecified substance issues.
“Billie Joe is seeking treatment for substance abuse,” read a statement on their Facebook page. “We would like everyone to know that our set was not cut short by Clear Channel and to apologize to those we offended at the iHeartRadio Festival in Las Vegas. We regretfully must postpone some of our upcoming promotional appearances.”
Armstrong launched into a rant during Green Day’s September 21 performance at iHeartRadio after being told that the band needed to wrap up their set, shouting “I’m not f—ing Justin Bieber, you motherf—–s. You’ve got to be f—ing joking … I got one minute left.” Green Day then smashed their instruments before departing the stage. And earlier that month, Green Day were also forced to cancel a concert in Italy after Armstrong was hospitalized. His bandmates would subsequently tell MTV News that he had “severe dehydration,” though he recovered in time to perform at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards.
As fans await news about the end of Armstrong’s stint in rehab, they can catch a glimpse of him Monday (October 8) night when he makes his pre-taped debut as a mentor on Christina Aguilera’s team on “The Voice.”