To celebrate his soon-to-be-released new album, 'Consequences Coming,' former Sex Pistol Glen Matlock has dropped a new single, 'Head On A Stick'.
Glen Matlock the former bassist of the Sex Pistols has today announced a new album called ‘Consequences Coming’ – which is scheduled to hit the streets on April 27th.
With the announcement of his new solo record, he also dropped a new single called Head On A Stick. Glen says the song is, “Peeved at the predictable but ultimately pointless political lurch to the right that has happened in the West over the past few years, one which has been aided and abetted by the vested interests of a client press. I put pen to paper and plectrum to guitar to compose a song that’s a call to arms, a wake-up alarm, and primal open your eyes scream.”
Check out the new single ‘Head on a Stick’.
The announcement comes days after Matlock spoke about how he was not happy with how he was portrayed in the Fx series Pistol saying, “I didn’t like the way I was portrayed – nothing to do with the actor but the script. It makes me look a bit wet.”
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