Public Image Ltd announce gig in Wakefield

Post-punk innovators Public Image Ltd are to play a show in Wakefield in May.

Wednesday, 13th January 2016, 12:19 pm
Updated Wednesday, 13th January 2016, 3:49 pm
Public Image Ltd

The band, founded by John Lydon after he left the Sex Pistols in 1978, will perform at city venue Warehouse 23 on the second date of a UK tour, on May 25.

Famed for their hits Public Image, Death Disco and This Is Not a Love Song, PiL released their 10th studio album, What The World Needs Now..., to enthusiastic reviews last year.

The record, which was self-funded and released on their own label, featured the band’s longest lasting and most stable line-up of frontman Lydon, guitarist Lu Edmonds, drummer Bruce Smith and bass player Scott Firth.

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Tickets for band’s gig at Warehouse 23 go on pre-sale on Friday January 15 and general sale on Monday January 18. See for ticket links and information.

PiL also play at O2 Academy Sheffield on June 7.