Six weeks after giving us a lyric video for "Still Breathing," Green Day have released a true one. You can see it embedded above.

The clip, which was directed by P.R. Brown, features an assortment of people, including a woman in white, a farmer, a child and singer Billie Joe Armstrong looking pensive and solitary. As the second chorus begins, Armstrong's bandmates, Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool, go to their instruments and rock out. By the end, Armstrong is reunited with his partners-in-crime in their rehearsal space.

"Still Breathing" is found on Revolution Radio, the band's 12th album that was released last month. it's the second fully produced video from the record, following the first single, "Bang Bang," in which three people wearing Green Day masks rob a bank and wind up at a house party where the actual band is playing.

Although they did a short run of club dates that coincided with Revolution Radio's release, the group have also booked a five-week arena tour of North America beginning in March 2017. You can see all the dates here.

In addition to writing and  recording a new record, Armstrong has also been busy acting. Last month, Ordinary World, in which he stars as a punk-rocker-turned-suburban-dad celebrating his 40th birthday with a party in a New York hotel, was released to home video. The movie premiered this past April at the Tribeca Film Festival. Its soundtrack includes four new songs by Armstrong, including the title track, which closes out Revolution Radio.

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