Here's another inductee into the rock and roll hard luck Hall of Fame, Glen Matlock. Legend has it (wrongly) that Glen was tossed from the Sex Pistols for liking the Beatles. He went on to form the Rich Kids with Midge Ure, Rusty Egan, and Steve New in 1977. Here's a clip of the band performing their 1978 single Rich Kids on TOTPs. They released their one and only longplayer, the uneven Ghosts of Princes in Towers later that year. The band split up shortly thereafter, and Midge Ure went on to find greater success with Ultravox. Glenn kicked around in a number of other projects over the years until the release of his first solo LP Who Does He Think He Is When He's at Home? in 1996.
In my opinion, this tune, along with their second 1978 single Ghosts of Princes in Towers are some of the finest moments of the late 70s punk pop era.