Green Day has posted more video footage online from the studio where they are recording their ninth album, according to HenneMusic. The trio began recording on Valentine's Day and are now two weeks into the sessions, with the latest video clip featuring bassist Mike Dirnt and frontman Billie Joe Armstrong discussing the personal nature of the new disc.
Dirnt says, "I'm just trying to think of how we can make people feel more attached/as attached to this record as we feel," to which Armstrong replies, "I mean, this is the first time we've ever really sung about f***ing."
Previous video clips have shown the band members working in the studio as well as riding motorcycles, relaxing and hanging out.
The new album will follow up 2009's 21st Century Breakdown, a concept record which itself followed the group's massively successful 2004 "punk opera," American Idiot.
21st Century Breakdown was a sales disappointment next to its predecessor, which sold more than six million copies, spawned a hit Broadway musical and is being developed as a movie.
Reports have indicated that Green Day is abandoning the conceptual approach on the new effort and recording a straight collection of punk rock tunes.
The band tested out a number of new songs late last year with a series of surprise club shows.