A recording of an unreleased, early Green Day song has been shared online. Check out ‘Stay’ below.
The song pre-dates the punk icons’ debut album ’39/Smooth’, and was recorded live at the band’s opening gig for Killdozer at Berkeley Square on July 22, 1989.
Starting by leaning towards their more gentle ballad side, the track then builds into a noisey rock crescendo. The song has often been called ‘World vs. World’ by fans in the Green Day community, and is said to have been written for an unreleased indie film by frontman Billie Joe Armstrong’s brother.
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