Sham 69 to record the soundtrack for Last Kings of London

Sham 69 to record the soundtrack for Last Kings of London

The legendary British punk band Sham 69 has been brought in to record the musical score and composition for the gangster film Last Kings of London, featuring mobster criminals Eddie and Charlie Richardson. Since its start in 1975-1976, Sham 69 is intimately familiar with the on-going organized crime during the time period in which the Last Kings of London takes place. Dealing with several violent incidents during their gigs, even having to cease live performances, the band is simply perfect to put down a correct and daunting atmosphere in the film. The team that will need to compose a moody and reflective score, echoing the turbulent times, is comprised of vocalist Tim V, longtime drummer Ian Whitewood, guitarist and vocalist Tony Feedback from the Mod revivalist band Long Tall Shorty and drummer extraordinaire Rick Buckler from The Jam.

You can find more info on the gangster film Last Kings of London right here.

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