A legendary Manchester punk band is set to release an album on a Bolton-based record label.

Ed Banger and the Nose Bleeds, made famous in the area by their 1977 single "Ain't Been To No Music School" will release their upcoming album "Revolution X" on Bolton's own X-Records on Bridge Street.

Throughout the years the band has included members that have become otherwise internationally known names, including Morrissey (The Smiths), Billy Duffy (The Cult) and Toby Tomanov (Primal Scream).

Edweena Garrity, formerly know as Ed before identifying as a trans woman, reformed the band in 2013 after a stint with Slaughter & the Dogs.

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Edweena will announce the new album at Rebellion Festival in Blackpool, where it will be available from the X Records stand. It is also available www.edweenabanger.com.

Paul Bedford, from the PR company representing the band, said: "2021/22 has been as busy a time as ever for Edweena, with two highly acclaimed solo albums being released, a third in the pipeline and a sold out Slaughter Bite Back reunion Manchester show, which led to this year's Rebellion Festival appearance. And now here is Revolution X."