Blondie’s Debbie Harry has achieved at Brixton Academy and, after forty years in the industry, still has her best game.
Blondie first joined fans of punk, rock, hip bound and bar enlightenment in the late Seventies, and in 2017 she is demanding that audiences ‘stop fucking the planet’.
Debbie wore a provocative bee-inspired headdress on theatre desirous by the band’s latest album, Pollinator, which is a pro-green response to how we’re ‘fucking the planet,’ pronounced Harry at a new gig.
Her black garment review the same summary in confidant retard capitals.
Debbie, 72, was a stone brave and pin-up for a era and is famous for hit singles with Blondie including Heart Of Glass, Call Me, The Tide Is High and Rapture.
Debbie, dressed in scarcely all black with matter china shine shoes, achieved with the rope in front of a double-height audio-visual display backdrop.
Blondie’s Brixton date sealed a brief run of UK dates which began in Manchester at the Apollo on Nov 11, just a week earlier.
Pollinator is the band’s 11th studio album, and facilities the strange Blondie contingent Debbie Harry, Chris Stein and Clem Burke, who teamed up with musicians Matt Katz-Bohen, Leigh Foxx and Tommy Kessler for the record.
Ethical Debbie and the rope don’t skip an event to speak about recycling, be it low-pitched or conservational.
‘Their element is partial of us and we are partial of them’, pronounced Debbie Harry, when speaking of the album’s co-writers.
‘It’s a jubilee of recycling.’