They defied the establishment and tended to condemn consumer society, and now opposite to all, British Sex Pistols band will be soon on credit cards. Namely, the bank Virgin Money, part of the business empire of the British billionaire, Sir Richard Branson, launched a series of “Sex Pistols” credit cards, on which will be find the name of the rebellious band and their recognizable aesthetically design.
Two cards will have imprinted uncensored album cover of the Sex Pistols from 1977, “Never Mind the Bollocks, and Here’s the Sex Pistols”, while at the third will be images with cover of single “Anarchy in the UK”.
Virgin Money said it was “time for consumers to put a little bit of rebellion in their pocket”. Michele Greene, the bank’s director of cards, said: “In launching these cards, we wanted to celebrate Virgin’s heritage and difference. The Sex Pistols challenged convention and the established ways of thinking, just as we are doing today in our quest to shake up UK banking.”