A surprising and great news comes from veteran English punk rock band Sex Pistols as they have just stated to the press that they might release a new studio album. The news was hinted out by the band's lead singer, Johnny Rotten, in an interview with the press at the band's latest gig on Saturday, June 14 at the Isle Of Wight Festival.
Speaking about the band's plan to release a new LP, Johnny said, "There could be a new record. That would be nice." Moreover, he also explained that the band won't be rushing in making the new album stating, "But I won't do anything in a patronising way. The music, the subject and the attitude all have to be right at the same time. Everything has to be from the heart."
Should the new album plans really happen, the upcoming LP will be the band's second studio record and their first since 31 years ago. The rockers' first and only studio set until this year is "Never Mind the Bollocks Here's the Sex Pistols", that was outed in 1977.
Not only speaking about the new album's plan, in the interview, Johnny also had some harsh comments for the currently popular English band, Coldplay. "I pity the poor b*****s who have to watch them. They are utterly humorless. I met them a few years ago, said hello and realized they were just men in anoraks. They looked like a gang of little poncy masturbators. There is no fun, they don't offer joy. Their music has a couple of quite nice tones here and there but it's a box of tosh sold to slightly inadequate, half-baked people," Johnny said.