Sex Pistols: back for sloppy seconds
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The Sex Pistols return on November 8 with a performance at London’s Brixton Academy, ahead of the 30-year anniversary reissue of their quaint classic Never Mind The Bollocks.
The album is to be issued along with its offshoot singles on vinyl throughout October, with NME even launching a campaign to get God Save The Queen to number one after it was controversially kept off the top spot by Rod Stewart for its original 1977 release.
The single is released October 8, the same date which also sees releases from Metronomy, Pete And The Pirates, The Maccabees, Patrick Watson and Nine Black Alps. Or you could just download some Rod Stewart instead.
Tickets are on sale from Friday August 21.
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