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Green attended Emerson College for one semester in 1998 before leaving to concentrate on his music, going on to co-found The Moldy Peaches with Kimya Dawson.

In 2002, the Moldy Peaches went on hiatus, and both Green and Dawson embarked on solo careers.

In January 2008, The Moldy Peaches began having a resurgence in popularity, due to their music being included in the hit indie film, Juno.

Most notably, a duet between Green and Dawson, the Moldy Peaches song "Anyone Else But You" was featured in the film, and also in a scene which featured the film's lead actors, Michael Cera and Ellen Page performing the song together.

The song "Here I Am" from the album was also made available for download online. Green’s art exhibition “Teen Tech” was displayed at New York’s Morrison Hotel Gallery for 10 days in April 2010 and consisting of twelve plaster sculptures, eighteen watercolor and acrylic large-scale (30” x 40”) paintings, nineteen drawings, twenty collages and papier-mâché and mixed-material works.In August 2012 The Hole Gallery in New York City announced that it would be showing a summer exhibition of Green's work titled "Houseface", a collection of works inspired by De Stijl and the architecture of Friedensreich Hundertwasser and Antoni Gaudí.On April 4, 2011, Green released his first film, entitled The Wrong Ferarri.Green is well known for his involvement in the Anti-folk music movement and as one half of the band The Moldy Peaches.

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