Sex Pistols announce plans to re-release "God Save The Queen"
Sex Pistols have announced plans to re-release their 1977 single, "God Save The Queen", to coincide with its 35th anniversary.
The single was originally released on May 27, 1977, during the Queen's Silver Jubilee. The reissue will arrive in shops on Monday, May 28, 2012.
The Sex Pistols have also announced that a limited edition 7" inch picture disc of their debut single "Anarchy In The UK" will also be released on April 21 for Record Store Day.
An expanded and repackaged edition of The Pistols' debut album, Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols, will be released in September this year to commemorate its 35th anniversary.
Meanwhile, Public Image Ltd. have announced the tracklisting for their new album, This Is PiL - the band's first studio album in 20 years, which will be released through the band's own PiL Official label on May 28. The band are also set to release an EP titled "One Drop" on April 21, to coincide with Record Store Day.
The tracklisting for This Is PiL is:
'This Is PiL'
'I Must Be Dreaming'
'It Said That'
'The Room That I Am In'
'Out Of The Woods'
PiL are set to tour the UK this summer.