John Lydon’s resurrected Public Image Ltd. went Down Under last month for a tour of Australia in support of last year’s comeback album This Is PiL, and the folks at Moshcam have been so kind as to post a full two-hour show filmed April 11 in Sydney. Check out the full set right here.
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We’re counting down the top 10 albums of 2012 as voted on by Slicing Up Eyeballs readers earlier this month. This list includes albums released this year by Dinosaur Jr, Ultravox, Public Image Ltd., Killing Joke, The Fixx, Pet Shop Boys, members of Depeche Mode, Dead Can Dance and more.
Public Image Ltd. brought its U.S. tour to Minneapolis tonight, and before John Lydon and Co. played their headlining date, the band stopped by the studios of The Current to record a three-song session. Below, you can listen to the whole thing on streaming audio as well as see video of the “Reggie Song” performance.
John Lydon’s reunited Public Image Ltd. took to the airwaves last night for the band’s first U.K. television performance in 20 years, appearing on BBC Two’s “Later… with Jools Holland” to play “Reggie Song,” the next single off the band’s comeback LP, This Is PiL — which you can watch right here.
On the eve of its fall North American tour, John Lydon’s reconstituted Public Image Ltd. will release a new double-A sided single off this year’s ‘This Is PiL’ album, spotlighting the tracks “Reggie Song” and “Out of the Woods” and featuring, as B-sides, tracks recorded in 2010 at New York City’s Terminal 5.
John Lydon will bring his reconvened Public Image Ltd. back to the U.S. for its first North American tour in two years this fall, playing 18 dates in the U.S. and Canada throughout October and into early November, culminating with the previously announced appearance at the FunFunFun Fest in Austin, Texas.
John Lydon will bring his reconstituted Public Image Ltd. back to the U.S. for its first North American performance in two years this November when the band co-headlines the FunFunFun Fest in Austin, Texas — with more North American dates promised to be announced “as soon as we can.”
As part of the promotion of the new Public Image Ltd. album ‘This Is PiL,’ frontman John Lydon has launched a new video series called the ‘Lollipop Blog,’ of which he spends the first installment discussing the artwork he created for the record’s cover — including the ‘freedom buffalo’ that graces the CD’s front cover.
John Lydon’s reactivated Public Image Ltd. is planning a North American tour later this year, the group announced on its website today. No details have been released about the trek, which comes more than two years after PiL’s post-Coachella tour of North America in the spring of 2010.
This week’s new releases include the first new albums in decades from Public Image Ltd. and the hit ’80s lineup of Ultravox, plus a new four-disc Colourbox box set and expanded reissues of Sugar’s classic 1992 debut ‘Copper Blue’ and The Charlatans’ 1997 album ‘Tellin’ Stories.’
Via the release of the ‘One Drop’ EP last month, we’ve heard four of the new Public Image Ltd. tracks that will appear on ‘This Is PiL,’ the group’s first new album in 20 years, which arrives May 28 in the U.K. and May 29 in the U.S. Now comes a fifth new track, via Rolling Stone: ‘Deeper Water.’
In two weeks, Public Image Ltd. will release ‘This Is PiL,’ the reconstituted group’s first new album in 20 years — but in advance of that, you can check out John Lydon and Co.’s new music video for ‘One Drop,’ the album’s lead single and title track of the ‘One Drop’ EP..
With Public Image Ltd.’s first new album in 20 years — ‘This Is PiL’ — arriving at the end of this month, we can now bring you the record’s cover art as well as details of the U.K. deluxe edition, which will include a bonus DVD featuring John Lydon and Co.’s full performance at a London club last month.
On Saturday, Public Image Ltd. will release its first new music in 20 years in the form of the ‘One Drop’ EP, a Record Store Day release featuring four tracks off the band’s upcoming full-length album ‘This Is PiL.’ We’ve already heard lead single “One Drop,” but now comes a second new PiL track: “Lollipop Opera.”