Billy Idol recently visited Dennis Morris’ “The Bollocks”, a photo exhibit of the iconic photographer’s work highlighting the musical revolution sparked by the Sex Pistols in 1977. Billy Idol was famously one of the band’s first fans as part of the “Bromley Contingent” with other future punk icons Siouxsie Sioux and Steve Severin of the Banshees. Billy spoke with Revolt TV at the opening of the exhibit on his early experiences following the Sex Pistols, a subject covered in his forthcoming autobiography Dancing With Myself (October 7, 2014 via Touchstone).
In the interview with Revolt TV, Billy says, “England was severely depressed. There was nothing really, nothing for anybody. ‘No future, no future for you,’ as Johnny sang in “God Save The Queen.” We really took that to heart, we really believed it. And we thought, if thereSee More›