Has John Lydon taken his rage and defiance and sold out?
John Lydon’s ultimate “fuck you” in the always contentious relationship held between audience and reformed punk.
Rhythm becomes ragged, serrated, a thing of danger rather than comfort.
A collection that acknowledges that safe shores are in sight but chooses to swim away from them.
I’m Wide Awake, It’s Morning feels like it should have been created during the great period of protest music of the late ‘60s and early ‘70s.