The Clash – ‘Should I Stay or Should I Go’ | NME Explains | AD feature

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The video was created in association with Sony Music UK. The Clash’s ‘Should I Stay Or Should I Go’ has been a gateway song for incoming punk fans since its release in 1982. Winning over a new audience in recent years due to its appearance in Netflix show ‘Stranger Things’, in this instalment of NME Explains we take a look at how the band wrote the tune, and its long-standing legacy.

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