The book, originally titled Suedeheads, is being published by Omnibus Press and covers 304 pages. It’s likely to be a good one too. Paul Anderson is thorough in his research judging by past releases and I can’t see this one being any different, especially as the book is produced in association with Mark Baxter. Look him up, he’s been behind plenty of interesting projects, some of which have been featured on this site.
The artwork has now been released, along with a new write-up for the
Paul Anderson and Mark Baxter delve into the roots of Britain’s 20th-century subcultures leading up to the rise of Suedehead.
The sum of their own tastes in music, clothes, soccer and clubs, Suedeheads were always a tribe in flux, referencing the values of Skinheads and the Mods but with a look of their own. This definitive visual history of the Suedehead phenomenon features first-hand accounts, iconic images and a foreword written by Suggs.
Scorcha! Skins, Suedes and Style from the Streets 1967-1973 - Paul Anderson
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