After snarling their way through the Bush administration, everyone's favorite snot-nosed pop-punks are setting their sights on Trump. Green Day's latest album, Revolution Radio, was recorded before the election, but its economical power chord anthems are riddled with lyrics about homegrown terrorism and the search for truth. A hostile administration might not make the band's music any better, but at least it gives Billie Joe Armstrong and company a target to focus their rage on. UK alt-rockers Catfish and the Bottlemen open the show.
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