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Glen Matlock - Consequences Coming
Glen Matlock - Consequences Coming
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Glen Matlock - Consequences Coming

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Due for release 28th April 2023 via Cooking Vinyl 

Available on CD / LP / Tour Exclusive Orange LP

Glen was kind enough to sign some stock for us - LIMITED NUMBERS OF SIGNED CDS & TOUR EXCLUSIVE ORANGE LPs

Sex Pistols bassist and Rock Hall Of Fame inductee Glen Matlock has crafted a timely and politically pertinent new rock album that’s perfectly in tune with the chaos of our times. Backed up by a collection of legendary players, (in)famous cohorts, and rock royalty including the likes of Earl Slick, and Clem Burke; Glen Matlock has never sounded better. And his new solo album Consequences Coming proves once again that he is undeniably one of the greatest songwriters of his (or any) generation.

As the original bassist and songwriter of the Sex Pistols, Glen Matlock is responsible for co- penning some of history’s most iconic songs, “Anarchy In The UK,” “God Save The Queen” and “Pretty Vacant”. After his time with The Sex Pistols, Matlock went on to form several well-regarded bands including Rich Kids (with Midge Ure). He has collaborated with such artists as Iggy Pop, and Primal Scream, and is also a highly in-demand player, playing live with the likes of the legendary reformed Faces. Most recently, Glen has signed on as the touring bassist for legendary punk / new wave band Blondie.

On the album Matlock says, “The album was written and recorded in Britain over the last 18 months or so with a posse of seasoned but en point performers.” says Matlock. “All done during the debacle that is Brexit and the rise and fall of the turgid Trump episode in the US. These songs reflect my take on the whole sorry mess that has ensued.”
“The tunes are pretty catchy too...”