Legendary English punk rockers to release their first new music in eight years.
The Buzzcocks are back with a brand new album Sonics In The Soul this September. Steve Diggle and co previewed some new songs in April with the limited edition 10″ EP Senses Out of Control Now the band are ready to unveil their brand new album …and their first new studio offering since The Way in 2014.
The legendary Manchester punk band needs little introduction. Back in 1977, they gave birth to a generation of independent labels with their debut EP Spiral Scratch. Thereafter, their melodic punk-pop proved irresistible, leading to hit singles and three landmark albums. They broke up in 1981 but reunited in 1989 and have been going steady ever since.
Sadly, singer Pete Shelley passed away in 2018 but founder member and the band’s other singer/songwriter Steve Diggle has kept the flag flying. During the pandemic, Buzzcocks (Steve Diggle, guitar & vocals, Chris Remington, bass, Danny Farrant, drums) busied themselves with recording Sonics In The Soul. Recorded at Studio 7 in London, the album was co-produced by Steve himself with Laurence Loveless.
Sonics In The Soul is available to order via Cherry Red Records on CD/Vinyl/Digital Now
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