Sex Pistols to re-release ‘God Save The Queen’

By April 16, 2012 January 16th, 2022 London

Nearly 35 years to the day since its original release, Universal Music confirmed today that they will re-release the Sex Pistols alternative national anthem – ‘God Save The Queen’ on May 28.


Exactly 35 years and a day after it was first released on May 27 1977, during the Queen’s Silver Jubilee, ‘God Save The Queen’ will be re-released alongside Their now legendary album ‘Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols’ which will also be re-issued in September of this year.


The band have also announced that a limited edition 7″ picture disc of their first ever single ‘Anarchy In The UK’ will be released on April 21 for Record Store Day.



For more information visit the official website.