Feminist punk legend Poly Styrene is set to release Generation Indigo, her first album of new material since her 1980 solo record Translucence, on April 26th. The former X-Ray Spex frontwoman recorded the disc with Youth, the producer best known for his work with the Verve and Killing Joke, and the resulting tracks are just as energetic and confrontational as the music she made over 30 years ago. To get a taste of Generation Indigo, stream "Thrash City," one of the album's most aggressive numbers.
Listen: Poly Styrene Returns to Punk Rock With 'Thrash City'
Stream a song from the X-Ray Spex singer's first album since 1980
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