Green Day are one of the top bands going, which makes them the perfect act to help launch a new streaming service. The group has teamed with Nokia and AT&T to launch Nokia Music, which will offer free and unlimited access to playlists and songs from a global catalog boasting 17 million tracks.

To help celebrate the launch, the group created a series of exclusive playlists and they’ll shortly announce a kickoff concert backed by Nokia Music. Speaking about their involvement, the band stated, “We are excited to team up with Nokia Music and AT&T and for our fans to hear ‘¡Uno!‘ for the first time on our Facebook page.” For details, check out the “Nokia Music/AT&T” tab on the band’s Facebook page.

In total, there will be a suite of over 150 exclusive playlists that are curated and kept up to date. In addition, fans will be able to create their own personal soundtracks by using the ‘Create’ function based on the artists the user loves.

‘¡Uno!,’ Green Day’s first portion of their upcoming album trilogy, is due Sept. 25. It will be followed by ‘¡Dos!’ on Nov. 13 and ‘¡Tre!’ on Jan. 15.