The London SS meets FFRUK TV

There are many obvious bands which get lauded as major sparks and inspirations within the seventies punk scene but just as potently amongst them is a band which never released anything, though rumours of a demo persist, and had a line-up as unstable as a Labour shadow cabinet in 2016. The London SS though is recognised as influential as the Sex Pistols and was the breeding ground for many majorly recognised bands to come such as The Clash, The Damned, and Generation X. From Mick Jones to Brian James, Tony James and Matt Dangerfield to Honest John as examples, The London SS was the rousing step for a great many to spring from whilst providing its own impacting presence on the punk scene. With the band just as potent on the capital’s music scene since returning in 2012, SEGS JENNINGS (Ruts DC) and TARA REZ (The Duel) of FFRUK TV pulled up a bar stool with band original and guitarist BRADY to explore those early days through to the now; starting from his time in The Hollywood Bratson to London SS and beyond. Vocalist JIMI MCDONALD also joins the trio, additionally revealing romantic moments amidst feline odours whilst the informal chat comes surrounded by recent live footage of the band at their fiery tenacious rock ‘n’ rollbest.

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