STARS HONOUR STRUMMER

The promo for 'Redemption Song' features the likes of Rancid, Matt Dillon and Jesse Malin...

STARS HONOUR STRUMMER
The video for JOE STRUMMER’s second single from the posthumous ’STREETCORE’ was recorded on Sunday (November 16) in NEW YORK.


The promo for ’Redemption Song’ focuses on the making of a mural of the late Clash singer. The spray-painted mural is on the wall of the East Village Bar, Niagara.


The video features appearances from Rancid, actor Matt Dillon, Jesse Malin, and many more of Strummer’s New York friends.


Archive footage of Clash’s 1982 Shea Stadium shows, and footage of Strummer's last band The Mescaleros at London’s Brixton Academy, will also be used in the video.


The double A-side single ’Redemption Song’/’Arms Aloft ‘ is released on December 15.

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