GREEN Day still look like the upstarts – albeit older and fond of eyeliner – who brought punk music kicking and screaming into the mainstream.

But the Californian band sure do not sound like them.

Their 11th album ¡Tré!

completes the quartet’s power pop trilogy ¡Uno!

¡Dos! ¡Tré!

But lacking the imagination of 2004’s American Idiot after reinventing themselves a decade ago and the rebellious energy of breakthrough album Dookie, ¡Tré! pales in comparison.

Frontman Billie Joe Armstrong’s vocals are still as strong as ever and the chemistry between the band is unbreakable.

But their songwriting style seems to have been relaxed to the point of laziness.

Most of the songs follow the same formula and are repetitive with the big choruses and catchy riffs of their earlier work feeling like a distant memory.

¡Tré! has been reissued bundled with ¡Cuatro!, a DVD documentary about the making of the ¡Uno!

¡Dos! ¡Tré!