July 22, 2011 16:31
Poly Styrene video 'Ghoulish' unveiled on NME Video.com
The single behind the late singer's spoof clip is set to be released on August 7
The clip for the track 'Ghoulish' is taken from her recent solo album 'Generation Indigo'. The video was directed by Lauryn Siegel and a release date for the single has been set for August 7.
The former X-Ray Spex singer died of cancer at the age of 53 earlier this year.
The punk icon, real name Marianne Joan Elliott-Said, revealed that she was suffering from the illness in February.
X-Ray Spex formed in 1976 in London and released one studio album, 1978's 'Germ Free Adolescents'. Poly went on to have a solo career and her latest solo album, 'Generation Indigo', was released in March this year.
To view 'Ghoulish' head to NME Video.com now.
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