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Green Day Exposes 'Zombie' Donald Trump In Scathing New Music Video

Lee Moran

Green Day portrays President Donald Trump as a zombie-like creature in its new music video.

The punk rock band exposes POTUS as a monster in the official clip for the previously unheard “Back in the USA,” which the group shared online Thursday,

Frontman Billie Joe Armstrong initially sees everything in black and white in the video, set in the 1950s and reportedly inspired by John Carpenter’s 1988 sci-fi classic “They Live.”


That’s until Armstrong buys some sunglasses, which give him a full technicolor view of the world. Newspaper headlines, television commercials and posters suddenly take on a sinister new meaning.

After sharing his discovery with bandmates Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool, Armstrong enacts a plan to lift the wool from others citizens’ eyes.

It comes with some scary consequences for viewers as they realize that the American Dream is just a fantasy.

The video, released as part of the group’s promo for its new greatest hits album “God’s Favorite Band,” has been well received on Twitter:

It follows Green Day’s ripping of Trump in its “Troubled Times” video, released in January:

  • This article originally appeared on HuffPost.