Rolling Stone put a nice piece together breaking down the upcoming Green Day album, Revolution Radio, track by track.
Here’s what they had to say about track number 9, “Too Dumb to Die.”
After a low-fi intro, the song breaks into a melody and chord progression that could’ve fit in on Dookie, married to lyrics that dip into straight autobiography: “I was a high school atom bomb,” Armstrong sings, “going off on the weekends/ Smoking dope and mowing lawns/And I hated all the new trends … I’m hanging on a dream that’s too dumb to die.”
Revolution Radio is due out October 7th.
Read more here.