London Calling hoodie

London Calling hoodie

On 14 December 1979, The Clash's third album London Calling was released. The double album catapulted The Clash from punk originals to the frontline of a generation's cultural resistance against all that Thatcher - elected in May of the same year - represented. Blimey couldn't we do with Joe, Mick, Paul and Topper right now.

Combining the Brigade Rosse T-shirt Joe famously wore, the album title and redrawing of the album cover photograph, our London Calling shirt is perfect for any Clash fan. The opening track's lines, 'The ice age is coming, the sun is zooming in. Meltdown expected, the wheat is growin' thin. Engines stop running, but I have no fear. 'Cause London is drowning, and I, I live by the river.' Always ahead of their time, sounds like the spectre of a climate change emergency to us, and one thing's for sure, The Clash would be on the frontline to stop it too.  

London Calling  now available as a hooded sweatshirt.

Unisex sizes, designed to be worn over other clothing, medium (40inch chest/100cms) large (44inch/110cms) Xl (48inch/120cms ) and XXL (52inch/130cms).  Availability as listed in the box below. 

Gift-wrapping service with exclusive Philosophy Football wrapping paper and gift tag. To personalise the tag please type the message fo us to include in the box provided

Product Code: 1666

£30.00



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