"Land of Hope and Glory" is the first single released by sound-a-like band Ex Pistols in 1984. The single is a punk rock alternative to Edward Elgar's classic, Pomp and Circumstance using various instruments and synth orchestra (credited as "London Synthphoney Orchestra").
The song confused many due to it sounding very much like a Sex Pistols recording, and the record artwork. It was also responsible for legal threats towards producer Dave Goodman from the producers of the original song, Boosey & Hawkes.
The B side is a minute-long jam parodying the name of Sid Vicious' first band.