Sex Pistols to release live DVD

Julien Temple-directed film set for June

Sex Pistols are set to release a new live DVD this summer.

‘There’ll Always Be An England’, directed by the band’s long-time collaborator Julien Temple, captures moments from the band’s run of gigs at London‘s Brixton Academy in 2007.

The DVD also includes 98 minutes of extras, including one bonus film where Sex Pistols explore the London locations that shaped punk.


‘There’ll Always Be An England’ is released on June 30 and features the following tracks:

‘Pretty Vacant’


‘No Feelings’

‘New York’

‘Did You No Wrong’



‘Beside The Seaside’

‘Holidays In The Sun’


‘(I’m Not Your) Stepping Stone’

‘No Fun’


‘God Save The Queen’



‘Anarchy In The UK’

Sex Pistols head out on a world tour over the summer, beginning at Birmingham Carling Academy on June 11, and including a headline slot at the Isle Of Wight Festival on June 14.

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