Following the news that British punk icons Sex Pistols have signed a new deal with Universal Music Catalogue, the band will release a limited edition 7” record of their first ever single “Anarchy in the UK” on April 21st for Record Store Day.
Originally released in November 1976, “Anarchy in the UK” was the band’s first call to arms and single-handedly kick-started the punk movement that spread worldwide. 35 years later, to celebrate Record Store Day, the Sex Pistols are very proud to re-release a collector’s edition, 7” vinyl picture disc of this seminal debut single.
The re-mastered single will also feature original b-side track “I Wanna Be Me”, available internationally, but limited to just 3,500 records. Plans are currently underway to re-release the classic album “Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols” as an expanded and repackaged release this year to commemorate the band’s 35th Anniversary.