Green Day's AMA Performance Was a (Pretty Catchy) Anti-Trump Protest

"No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA!"

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In a playlist for the end of the world, you might include loads of of Elliott Smith. You might also include Green Day's new single "Bang Bang," which Billy Joe Armstrong turned into a boisterous anti-Trump protest at Sunday evening's American Music Awards.

Following their performance at the EMAs, during which the band changed the lyrics in "American Idiot" to say "subliminal mind-Trump America," Green Day struck out again at the president-elect, chanting "No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA!"

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Final answer, re: apocalyptic soundtrack: Definitely "American Idiot," which a lot of other people reportedly started streaming after the election too.

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