The critically acclaimed first Ponces single was officially released last Sunday, being the 40th anniversary of Howlin’ Wolf’s death, entitled ‘Slaughter Of Soho’ b/w ‘Beautiful Songs That Tell You Terrible Things’ from the forthcoming album Songs For Hope About Despair. Watch out for reviews in a menagerie of music magazines over the coming months, including Shindig! Magazine on the shelves from the 14th of January.
‘Slaughter Of Soho’ is a social document of our times, relating to the ongoing battle of Soho with the rich, passionless, politically powerful and arrogant scum bags that are turning London into a monotonous chasm of shite!
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Order here or from Facebook or buy at Flashback Records London branches and Sister Ray Records in Soho.
Rest in peace David Bowie, who died on the official day of release and was highly influenced by Anthony Newley (and us by both), who adorns the sleeve of the single.