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Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong Shares Two New Tracks From New Band The Longshot

Tuesday, 17 April 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: The Longshot Instagram

Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong has shared two tracks by his new band, the Longshot.

Kill Your Friends and Body Bag follow up their debut EP, 'Love Is For Losers', which featured three songs and was released last week. Head here to check it out.

Since he dropped the record, Armstrong has updated the Longshot's Instagram page with the following bio: "New ep “Love is for Losers” came out a couple days ago. The full length album comes out 🤔"

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