Glen Matlock (born 27 August 1956) is an English musician and founding member of influential punk group the Sex Pistols. Matlock was the band’s initial bass player, but switched to guitar after the addition of Sid Vicious. Matlock is credited as co-writer of 10 out of 12 songs on the Pistols’ sole studio album.
Following his time with the Sex Pistols, Matlock has worked with acts such as Iggy Pop and the Damned, as well as releasing albums under his own name with backing band The Philistines.
Matlock has a crisp packet with his name inside (as a trivia answer) which he keeps to remind him not to drink too much.