THE PROFESSIONALS have announced an intimate one-off London show to celebrate the release of their first new album in 36 years.

What In The World belatedly follows on from the band’s debut I Didn’t See It Coming released in November 1981.

The show takes place at The Garage, Highbury Corner on Saturday 28 October. Tickets are available here.

Formed by Paul Cook and Steve Jones after the split of the SEX PISTOLS, the band returned in 2015 and still feature Cook and bassist Paul Myers from the classic line-up, with Tom Spencer of THE MEN THEY COULDN’T HANG and BIG BOY TOMATO in the role of frontman and guitarist.

Although Jones, now based in the US, has so far declined to rejoin the band, he does put in an appearance on the album, alongside such special guests as Duff McKagan, Mick Jones, Marco Pirroni and Billy Duffy.  It’s available to pre-order here.
Coincidentally, 28 October is also the 40th Anniversary of the Pistols’ Never Mind The Bollocks album, making the Garage gig a very special double celebration.
You’ll be able to catch the band before then at Rebellion on 4 August.
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