Punk icon Peter Perrett: 'I feel like a cockroach that survived a nuclear war'
Many would not have imagined Peter Perrett, the member of 1970s post-punk band "The Only Ones", making it past 27, but in his mid-60s the artist still retains his tongue-in-cheek sense of humour. The punk poet discusses "Humanworld" - the follow up to his successful 2017 comeback album - and touring with his sons, as well as feeling like the dystopian nightmares of yesterday have become today's reality.
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