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New Blood: ROAM

Talking touring, pizza and global domination with Eastbourne's pop-punk flag-bearers

It was a televised mud-fight watched by millions of people that turned pop-punk into a global phenomenon. The year was 1994 and Green Day’s major label Dookie was slowly climbing the Billboard charts for around five months, but it was their appearance at the Woodstock festival – which started with a few handfuls of earth and culminated in a near-riot which left bassist Mike Dirnt with broken teeth – which changed everything.

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