The Sex Pistols have said they “cannot understand” why former bandmate John Lydon is claiming the band has ”cashed in” on the death of the Queen.
Sex Pistols respond to John Lydon claims over ‘tasteless Queen cash-ins’
The Sex Pistols have said they “cannot understand” what former bandmate John Lydon was talking about when he claimed the band were “cashing in” on the death of the Queen.
Former Pistols frontman Lydon, 66, claimed the band were endorsing requests in connection with punk anthem God Save The Queen.
A spokesperson for the band said: “We cannot understand what he would be referring to.
“Other than a couple of requests for use of imagery or audio in news reports on the Queen and her impact on culture, there’s nothing new relating to God Save The Queen being promoted or released in any way.”