Green Day played tons of ’90s deep cuts at Rough Trade NYC (videos, setlist, pics)
UPDATE: Green Day played Webster Hall the next night.
UPDATE 2: Green Day announced a 2017 tour with Against Me! of much larger venues.
After fans lined up for hours to get tickets to Green Day's TINY show at Rough Trade NYC last night (10/7) -- the same day their new album Revolution Radio came out -- the band played a killer setlist from 7 PM to 8:15. They opened with the first three songs on the new album, and then proceeded to play a set that pulled mostly from the 39/Smooth - Insomniac era (!!), and ignored all of the big hits. They gave us "Christie Road," "One of my Lies," "409 in Your Cofeemaker," "Brat," "Stuart and the Ave," "She," "J.A.R.," "I Was There," "Disappearing Boy," "One for the Razorbacks," "Private Ale," "Why Do You Want Him?" (which they hadn't played in 15 years), "Only of You," "Burnout," and more. How's that for a band getting back to their roots?
Green Day will play a slightly larger (but still very small for their standards) NYC show at Webster Hall tonight (10/8) too. (Update: Webster Hall happened.)
Check out the full setlist, videos, and more pictures of last night, below...
Green Day @ Rough Trade - 10/7/16 Setlist
Stuart and the Ave.
409 in Your Coffeemaker
One for the Razorbacks
I Was There
Why Do You Want Him?
J.A.R. (Jason Andrew Relva)
One of My Lies
Only of You