UPDATE: The Rough Trade show happened and included tons of '90s deep cuts (and then the Webster Hall show did too).

Green Day are back today with their 12th album, Revolution Radio, which isn't half bad as far as modern-day Green Day albums go. Its best song is "Bang Bang," which brings on quite a bit of nostalgia for their prime early/mid '90s era, and the band just played that one on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. They also just put out a lyric video for "Youngblood." Watch those two videos, and stream the entire album right here:

Green Day have two very intimate NYC shows on their current tour happening this weekend. The first is the smallest, and it's TONIGHT (10/7) at Rough Trade NYC. To get a ticket, you have to buy a copy of the album at the Rough Trade NYC store today. It opens at 11 AM, but (not surprisingly) people have been camped out all night and there was, apparently an at-capacity line outside the store since at least 8 AM. A few pics below.

Their next NYC show is at the larger (but still very small for Green Day's standards) Webster Hall on Saturday (10/8). That one is long sold out. Updated dates are listed below.

In other Green Day news, the American Idiot Broadway Musical that no one wanted has now been green-lighted by HBO for a movie adaptation. Billie Joe Armstrong will be reprising his role as St. Jimmy for it. He told NME, "We’ve got a green light from HBO, and the script is currently going through a couple of rewrites here and there, so I’m not sure when exactly we’re going to start shooting, but it’s definitely all systems go at the moment."

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Green Day -- 2016/2017 Tour Dates
Oct 07 Rough Trade NYC Brooklyn, NY
Oct 08 Webster Hall New York, NY
Oct 17 Palladium Los Angeles, CA
Oct 20 The UC Theatre Berkeley, CA
Oct 23 Aragon Ballroom Chicago, IL
Oct 24 Fillmore Detroit, MI
Oct 26 The Pageant St. Louis, MO
Jan 10 Palapitour Turin, Italy
Jan 11 Mandela Forum Firenze, Italy
Jan 13 Unipol Bologna, Italy
Jan 14 Forum Milan, Italy
Jan 16 Hallenstadion Zurich, Switzerland
Jan 18 SAP Arena Mannheim, Germany
Jan 19 Mercedes Benz Arena Berlin, Germany
Jan 21 Tauron Arena Krakow, Poland
Jan 22 Tipsport Arena Prague, Czech Republic
Jan 25 Spektrum Oslo, Norway
Jan 27 Globe Stockholm, Sweden
Jan 28 Arena Malmö, Sweden
Jan 30 Lanxesse Arena Cologne, Germany
Jan 31 Ziggo Amsterdam, Netherlands
Feb 02 Forest National Forest, Belgium
Feb 03 Bercy Paris, France
Feb 05 First Direct Arena Leeds, United Kingdom
Feb 06 Manchester Arena Manchester, United Kingdom
Feb 08 O2 Arena London, United Kingdom
Apr 30 Palapitour Perth, Australia
May 03 Mandela Forum Adelaide, Australia
May 05 Unipol Melbourne, Australia
May 08 Hallenstadion Brisbane, Australia
May 10 SAP Arena Sydney, Australia
May 13 Tauron Arena Auckland, New Zealand