As far back as I can remember I've been a fan of The Sex Pistols. So, when I saw this headline, I had to share it. Recently some renovations were being done on an old flat in London. Turns out, that was the flat the legendary Sex Pistols used to all live in! The punk icons’ graffiti was found behind cupboards in a 19th-century building on Denmark Street, in the Tin Pan Alley music industry area of London. Dr John Schofield of York University says the “offensive and rude” scrawlings are more important than lost Beatles recordings and equally valuable as Neanderthal cave paintings. It consists of scribbles, slogans and eight sketches made by Pistols frontman Johnny Rotten while the band lived together in the flat, which Dr Schofield calls “a direct and powerful representation of a radical and dramatic movement of rebellion.”

I can't legally show you the pics because I don't have the rights to the pics, but you can check out a couple of pictures of the graffiti on this U.K. website. God save the Queen!

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