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It sounds like Green Day is hinting at new songs. The website’s address ( gives away the title.

The punk pop group (Billie Joe Armstrong, Tré Cool, and Mike Dirnt) employed a meme for their song “Wake Me Up When September End” to tease the project in a mysterious way by having fans “register for a wake up call” on a specific website.

The “snooze” button is pressed, and then the user “sets the alarm” by entering their contact information.

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A video clip shows lead singer Billie waking up, followed by a calendar with October 24 marked, suggesting that the big reveal is imminent.

The band’s album “Dookie” was reissued last week to celebrate its 30th anniversary.

‘Minority’ rockers dropped ‘Dookie (30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)’ to mark the thirtieth anniversary of their 1994 album.

Live recordings “Live At Woodstock (1994)” and “Live In Barcelona (June 5, 1994)” that had never been published before are included in the new edition alongside unreleased ‘Dookie’ demos.

Oddly enough, the bumper box set also includes ‘Dookie’ dog poop bags and an air freshener, which may be appreciated by Green Day fans who also own dogs.

A five-button set, postcard, bumper sticker, magnet, paper aeroplanes and poster are all included.

On February 1, 1994, the band’s third studio album was initially published.

Billie, the lead singer, wrote most of the songs, which dealt with issues like worry, love, lust, and boredom.

‘Dookie’ included the singles ‘Basket Case,’ ‘When I Come Around,’ ‘Longview,’ and ‘She,’ as well as a re-recording of ‘Welcome to Paradise,’ which had originally appeared on the band’s ‘Kerplunk!’ album.