Friday February 21, 2020

Album reviews: Green Day, Tame Impala and Marc Almond

US punk-pop titans swerve politics in favour of feelgood songwriting, but the results are strangely unsatisfying

9th February, 2020
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Green Day‘s new album; The Father of...

PUNK/POP

Green Day

The Father of . . . (Reprise/Warners)

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