Sex Pistols have announced plans to re-release their controversial 1977 hit, God Save The Queen.
The release is set to come out on May the 28th to mark the 35th Anniversary of the song's release. It was originally released on May 27th 1977, during the Queen's Silver Jubilee, making its mark in history. Most notably, The BBC refused to play it, although it technically out-sold the number one record of the week (Rod Stewart's I Don't Want To Talk About It/The First Cut Is The Deepest), it peaked at Number 2 in the singles charts.
The band will also be releasing a limited edition 7" inch picture disc of their first ever single, Anarchy In The UK, for Record Store Day on April the 21st.