The Sex Pistols have released a new fragrance.

The English punk rock band - fronted by Johnny Rotten - have teamed up with cosmetic firm Fragrance and Beauty Limited to create the Sex Pistols scent, which is described as resisting tradition, fighting conformity and disregarding aromatic conventions.

According to a statement the fragrance - which is available exclusively at The Fragrance Shop - leaves a "fresh, restless bite of lemon, sharpened and intensified by a defiant black pepper".

The release added: "Electrified by aldehydes, the fragrance exudes pure energy, pared down and pumped up by leather, shot through with heliotrope and brought back down to earth by a raunchy patchouli."

As well as a strong scent, the bottle also makes a bold impression, with its iconic graphic inspired by the front cover of the single 'God Save the Queen' released in 1977.

With their anarchy-inspired lifestyle and controversial attitude, the group paved the way for a new genre of music and revolutionised British culture in the 70s.