In many ways Shelley was the leader of the First Fab Four -
with an inspiring idea of poetry as a social force. His work still resonates today,
as seen at Glastonbury 2017, when Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn
quoted from 'The Mask of Anarchy' from the main stage.
A great way to get to know his work is through our song collection
'Percy Bysshe Shelley: Rock Star'
Click on cover to download,
and find lyrics and more information on the songs here.
Includes Rise like Lions
with lyrics from his 'Song to the Men of England' and 'The Mask of Anarchy'.
Also available is our DVD 'Shelley's Golden Years in Italy'
with nine songs from the collection, a narrative voiced by Benjamin Zephaniah,
and pictures and illustrations that illuminate his life and times.
Click on cover for more details