"Father of All..." arrived earlier this month, as the band announced their joint Hella Mega Tour with Fall Out Boy and Weezer.
A week after the single release, Green Day unveiled the accompanying music video for "Father of All...".
It opens on the band performing in a red-lit space, while a group of dancers is grooving behind them on a scaffolding.
The visual then cuts to footage of various people dancing, protesting and rebelling across the world, set in different decades.
"I'm impressed with the presence of none/I'm possessed from the heat of the sun/Hurry up 'cause I'm making a fuss/Fingers up 'cause there's no one to trust," frontman Billie Joe Armstrong rebelliously sings.
In a recent sit-down with Zane Lowe on Apple Music's Beats 1, Green Day shared details about the genesis of the song, which Armstrong described as embodying "the lifestyle of not giving a f**k".
"Rock and roll sometimes has become so tame because a lot of rock acts are always trying to look for the feel-good song of the year or something. Everything gets really watered down and wimpy, and I think rock music should make you feel bad," he said.
"Father of All..." arrived ahead of Green Day's new album, "Father of All Motherf***ers", which will follow their 2016 "Revolution Radio."
Speaking with Rolling Stone, the band explained that they were looking for a new sound for their 13th studio effort, taking inspiration from the roots of rock 'n' roll.
"I'd always loved British mod music from the Sixties, but I wanted to go to where the source was and see if I could put [soul] through the Green Day filter. It was a lot of trial and error, a lot of pulling my f**king hair out," Armstrong detailed.
"Father of All Motherf***ers" is slated to arrive on February 7, 2020 via Reprise/Warner.
A few months after the album release, Green Day will embark on their Hella Mega Tour with Weezer and Fall Out Boy next June, with tickets available here.
In the meantime, discover the music video for "Father of All...":