Diggle begins with his childhood and rebellious teen years growing up as a Mod on the tough council estates of Rusholme, before moving on to Manchester's musical year zero - the formation of The Buzzcocks and their baptism-of-fire debut gig at the Free Trade Hall in support of the Sex Pistols. Diggle charts the band's progress through the punk ranks and on to Top of the Pops and gives the lowdown on classic singles like Orgasm Addict, Promises and the worldwide wonder Ever Fallen in Love, while offering an individual perspective on punk contemporaries like the Sex Pistols, The Clash and The Jam. In contrast to some of the more intellectual takes on punk, this is a classic rock n roll tale as Diggle takes advantage of all the drugs and groupies on offer to a successful touring rock band. HARMONY IN MY HEAD also documents the band's reformation and their eventual US breakthrough and shares Diggle's memories from Nirvana's last ever tour, on which The Buzzcocks were the opening act: Nirvana was the only band we considered worthy of supporting and four days later Kurt blew his fucking head off - it was the bleeding same with Ian Curtis of Joy Division. We gave him a support slot, he asked my advice on his love life and then he fucking hanged himself. - Diggle is a hero to me and to thousands of others from that era and The Buzzcocks are iconic heroes to the day I die- Alan McGee. He's a boozin' shagger and I love him dearly -Glen Matlock Features foreword contributions from Mick Jones, Alan McGee, Glen Matlock and Mani of the Stone Roses.